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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... After this we walked through some of the Tiergarten, a massive garden in the middle of the city. Apparently it was a game hunting park for royalty in the past. We made our way to the Victory Monument. I thought, hang on, what victory? Nothing recent of course, goes back to wars with the French, Napoleon etc. Great view fro the top. Walking down the main drag, we then came to the very famous Brandenburg Gate. ...
... were well treated while they worked ******* all the jobs, including building houses for the guards all around the camp. These prisoners were here to "rehab" and were under "protective custody" according to the SS guards.
Since all of this was legal according to Hitler's government, the prisoners were marched out to their work sites each day through the town of Oranienburg where the camp sat. Sometimes civilians would leave bits of food hidden for the prisoners to ...
... medal at the Olympics. During the intermission we had a Gluhvein with Marc's friend and his partner. It was nice and we had some good discussions. It was just like déjà vu. The last time I came to berlin, marc took me to an ice hockey game at the same stadium and his friend was having a drink at the same bar. This was 7 years ago! The second half flew by and I think my favourite part was the finally, where everyone came out and danced together. ...
... minutes before the bomb went off. Such bad timing.
We walked past the current building of finance which was historically used political building and is the site where the family escaped over the Berlin wall with ziplines. Across the street was the site where the headquarters for the SS and Gestapo were built and later destroyed. The Topography of Terror is the reminder of the horrors that was planned from this site and a few remains of the basement where ...
... now almost every train has a delay. We heard that the DB (German Rail) was floated on the stock market, and since then…to make profit, there have been cuts and the service is worse (less staff etc)….and lots of delays. Such a shame, I loved the orderly DB!!! But, still, I love train travel in Germany and Europe…so I can’t complain too much!!! We got back to Bremen pretty late, it was raining a little bit. Can’t wait to get back to Berlin ...