City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We shared this Saturday cattle train with the weekend revellers, many bringing along their touring bikes so there weren't a lot of empty seats.
By mistake we'd missed our stop so we used a taxi to get to our hotel which gave us another opportunity to see several Hentschke Company construction projects, yet no time to take a picture.
... the end, really late, but I did. I was so late that I didn't even dare to look at the other students, thinking they were all natives and would make fun of my accent as I tried to participate once I knew what the lesson was about. Finally, the professor gave us all a chance to introduce ourselves and that's how I found out that we were all on the same boat, foreigners. At the end of the class, I take the opportunity to ask a few questions to the professor, receive ...
... where have you been all our lives. We lined up and got to watch them make our own chocolate block with 3 different fillings. Milk chocolate, lemon bits, vanilla cookie bits and caramelized coconut flakes. Oh I bet I know what you are thinking “ That chocolate bar wouldn’t have made it down the street in your hands” but upon the making of the chocolate you have to let it set. We went upstairs to the Ritter Sport café and indulged ourselves in a fruit fondue. ...
... of concrete blocks. Then we marched onto Brandenburg Gate. This had been in the communist section and a photo shows how that looked.
Next was the Bundestag, seat of parliament. This is a grand building that had been ravaged by Hitler and bombed by the Allies. After reunification it was rebuilt to it's current state.
As we headed to the hauptbahnhof for a ride back to the hotel, we came across a cafe/bar on the river and we stopped in. Then we headed for ...
... the wall was up and people didn't have another option. The guide also explained to me why there are pieces of art on the part of the wall I saw yesterday. When the wall went down, people put art up on specifically on the East side of the wall as a sign that the people claimed the East side of Berlin. I'm glad I learned that because I have a new appreciation for all that art and I don't see it as vandalism at all anymore. I actually think that's a cool part ...