City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In front of the embassy, we saw a crowd of people and a guy launching giant soap bubbles.
It was a kid-magnet, as they jumped as high as they could in order to pop the bubbles.
It was also a photographer-magnet.
We walked a lot that day, including to the famous "museum island", home to five separate beautiful buildings housing priceless art and ...
... Brandenburg Gate, around the Reichstag, through the Holocaust Memorial and past the oldest bridge in Berlin where the city started. All that in only 6km.
On Sunday after a long brunch with our new friends and with much sadness we bade them farewell with the reassurance that they will come and visit us in Australia in the next year.
... the prevailing sense among westerners at the time as to how forbidding the Communist Russians had made East Berlin, East Germany and the Iron Curtain countries.
They built the Berlin Wall, cutting off all contact between East and West Germans and East and West Berliners, and machine gun wielding guards shot anyone who tried to penetrate the wall. Some of my most vivid news memories of the time, it went up in 1961 when I was 16, were of numerous ...
... locals sunbathing naked. Lots of them old men. We didn't stay there long. The lake was very picturesque. Our next destination was the river. We managed to find it pretty easily but trying to find a good look out spot was a bit more difficult. We sat there and shared a orange. There was lots of bikers and runners in the Forest which made me feel safer because we were totally alone. We were tired and hungry and rather then walk ...
I was super excited to be on the plane back to Berlin. Not that I didn’t enjoy Copenhagen, but I had been looking forward to this day for quite some time. I was very confident in Germany’s chances after the mauling of the previous match, but still a bit nervous as this was potentially going to be the best night of my life.
I had met a couple of Germans while in Copenhagen who were also going to be watching the game in Berlin. They had left a ...