City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to race back to the river bank and help put the boat back up on the shore and put the cover on. We headed back for dinner. I had some fresh ham and home made pickles and bread. We found some matchsticks and had a competition to build a house. Aunty Gisi was the best as she was so steady. It was very cold so I helped build a ...
... and uneasy because of the unlevelled ground and the maze in which we were walking. The content in the museum is thorough as it begins with what Jewish life was like all the way from the 1200s up to post WWII. It no longer shocks me to know how many times throughout history Jewish people were used as scapegoats or were persecuted, but it's still not easy to read about. What did surprise us is how integrated into the community Berlin Jews were right before and even after ...
... buildings are beautiful and old and each section of Berlin in different from the last. We have even managed to visit the "Jamaican beach" whilst here, we are never bored or short of something spectacular to see. Today was probably the most eventful day we have had thus far in Berlin. We hired some bikes and from 10am till 7pm we rode around the city. After taking the wrong street (surprise surprise) riding to the middle from home, a journey that should've taken ...
... but dismantled with crowbars and picks by the local people.
Next we walked past another political building but what was interesting here was that there was a simple silhouette statue of a man that got within minutes of blowing up and killing Hitler. No one believed a single man was capable of it so he never got in that much trouble. He had made a bomb that he planted in a podium where Hitler was to make a speech at. He finished his speech and left ...
... if I was in line I nodded and mmm-hmm and I was a Dane for two minutes. Cool.
Tuesday I toured Rosenberg Castle. It was nice enough, made of brick and pretty
on the inside, but small. In the
basement were the Danish crown jewels.
I’m a sucker for million dollar, solid gold, jewel encrusted things. Then I took the Metro to Christianshavn, the
island next to Copenhagen. My first stop
was Our ...