City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the buildings in the background. They are representative of virtually all those in Berlin, Warsaw and most cities throughout northern Germany and the German Axis countries. The cities were leveled; what sprang up in place of the historic old buildings that once stood there were square, block structures, not a hint of architectural charm or character to them.
After the wall went up, 136 people were killed attempting to get out of East Berlin. It was 24 miles ...
... of days 1. Almost every attraction / activity / etc. is a museum, a night-club or a war thing. It's a little strange that WWII is such a big tourist attraction although the Germans are very humble and do it all really well (e.g. a great, thought provoking, monument to the murdered Jews of WWII, commonly called the holocaust memorial, and nearby a car park built over the site of hitler's bunker - not ...
... recently? This bloke had a French accent but could any two people look more alike? I'm going to check his passport the next time I see him... check to see the last time was that he left Australia.
Can we actually be sure which of these two is actually the real Zenon?
And that was just about it for the day except for some games.
There were games and quizzes yesterday too. One involved translating ...
... the world. I would have loved to have nosed around the deli section for hours, but I was actually there to look for a bag because the zipper on mine had gone, but their range was mostly way above my price range, so I bought a drink on the deli floor and then headed to a mall in Alexanderplatz, which was a bit more my budget.
I smsed Glenn to tell him where I would be, as it was getting towards the closing time of the museum, but the SMS failed. I was a bit concerned ...
... late Sunday evening. But Berlin has Forever 21. And Primark. And pretzels. And beer.
When we got to Berlin, we headed straight to our hostel. Being the savvy travelers we are, we found the cheapest accommodation in the city - a bed in a 26-bed room in a hostel with a pirate theme. At least they had Wi-Fi.
We did a little sightseeing, had a couple beers, wandered through a couple flea markets. We spent a lot of our ...