Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Eastern sector that it all could have ever happened.
What was once the land between two significant walls with over 300 guard towers is now filled with swank shops, hotels, eateries and fashionable apartments. And that big scar of a wall is now reduced to just a few pieces that you can still feel and see, but doesn't hold the sense of foreboding that it once did. Such a big scar, now virtually gone, but all scars should heal eventually.
... so we tried to work it out together. The machine didn't seem to like my or his credit card either. We tried a different machine but it gave us the same answer - 'computer says no'.
Bemused, the Bradley Cooper look-alike and I gave up on using the machines and started to think of an alternative plan. He turned out to be from Amsterdam, had visited Berlin a few times and now he planned to take a taxi to the city centre. My alternative was to ...
... eastern Moorish style and resemblance to the Alhambra, it is an important architectural monument of the second half of the 19th century in Berlin.The building was designed by Eduard Knoblauch. Following Knoblauch's death in 1865, Friedrich August Stuler took responsibility for the majority of its construction, as well as for its interior arrangement and design. It was inaugurated in the presence ...
... Dom which is the Berlin cathedral built in 1849 but like most buildings here damaged by bombing in 1944 then rebuilt. Amazing spent about 4 hours there you can climb to the top of the Dome 270
steps , there are the sketches drafts and models of the planning and building history.
Then on holocaust memorial and to the underground museum all about the Holocaust and about the 7 million Jew's murdered they have a list of all people murdered ...
BERLIN Our first real day in Berlin, we checked out of one hostel and into another (which was much better!). Went on a walking tour which covered: - Brandenburg Gate (the Quadriga on top was stolen by Napoleon and then eventually returned. Geez Napoleon...) - Hotel Adlon just nearby which is where the famous MJ baby dangling incident happened. - Walked through the gate where a giant 'fan zone' had been set up for the World Cup. You could watch ...