Hotel Pension Kastanienhof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... the wall and the building of the wall. Small circles dot the ground to commemorate where someone has died at the wall. Some with names, some just identified as a person who died.
As I watch the video's of the harrowing escape attempts my thoughts fall to Hungary where they are erecting a wall to keep out the Syrian refugees. So incredibly desperate for a better life willing to leave everything risking life and limb for something, anything better. It is deeply saddening this is their ...
... Hotel – which is one of the best places I’ve ever stayed. Its aimed at people who like things a little more organic and unique, but the place still manages to have a homely feel to it despite the somewhat eclectic mix of decoration. The main reception is located through the Honolulu bar entrance, and is filled with low, backless sofas with cushions on, surrounded by floor to ceiling metal bookshelves and crates filled with books. Further back is the ...
... Charlie museum），展出& #26575;林圍牆及 兩德分裂時 ;期有關的િ 1;史資料和Ĥ 89;件。
恐怖地形圖 ;（Topography of Terror） 位於尼德爾 ;克爾新納࣪ 3;街，是納Ŀ 29;德國時期A ...
... desperate last notes written by named victims as they were rounded up for deportation and extermination (Room of Dimensions); photographs and stories of families from each of the many countries from which Jews were rounded up, murdered or deported to extermination camps mostly in eastern Europe (Room of Families); the names and spoken brief biographies of the murdered (Room of Names); photographic descriptions of the worst of the 220 sites of ...
... is a really good temporary exhibition about Warsaw and its place in WWII. Pretty much it was absolutely flattened and Hitler wanted to completely wipe it off the map. I didn't know anything about this! It was a great exhibit but information overload! After that we grabbed some food before heading back to the memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe. Under the exhibit is a great museum (which is free) and gives you so much detailed info about what happened to the ...