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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... where in the 1936 Olympic long jump where Jessie Owens & the aptly named Lutz Long transcended racial barriers.
Visions of the gestapo at customs were dispelled as we breezed through. Quite a long train ride but only a two minute walk to the hotel which was only two stars, which would have been fine except for the incredibly noisy plumbing. This was ...
... in English, Russian, French and German - stood here. It is today an iconic marker of territorial boundary and political division. Until the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, it signified the border between West and East, Capitalism and Communism, freedom and confinement.
... Checkpoint Charlie
· The 1920s Cabaret Mile
· The Old Royal Boulevard
· Neue Wache
· The TV Tower
· Museum Island
We started off at the hotel where Michael Jackson dangled his baby over the edge. That was enough to ...
... NO! no english! blah blah blah..passport....
Me: aaaah passport.
After he checked me and the two Japanese guys sitting in front me he left. From what the Japanese saw and heard behind them they had their passports ready. Before I dozed of again I could not help wondering how come someone working for the govenment at a job where you are sure to meet foreigners, does not speak English.....
Finally Berlin Central! I headed straight to the ...
... walk a few more feet and are at the Gate 1 baggage carrousel. We claimed our luggage and then walked a few yards out into the terminal and onto the curb looking for Sieglinde, my host mother from my Summer 1994 exchange in Germany. She was supposed to meet us at the gate, but we didn’t see her.
Mom and I waited for awhile inside with no sign of Sieglinde. I dug out my international ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed