Quentin Berlin Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Jews who were killed during the Holocaust.
It was for my father’s mother.
Translated, it reads: “Here lived Henriette Hirschfeld, maiden name Gutfeld, born in 1868. Deported September 21, 1942 to Theresienstadt. Murdered January 13, 1944.”
I fought back the tears as I touched it.
Here was a direct link to the grandmother I would never meet because she ...
... turning 21 the way most people do: curled up on the bathroom floor post-vomit. However, mine was the night before, and it was from food poisoning (I think? it only lasted about 12 hours). As much as that sucked, I got to take the day off of work, so I spent it watching TV and hanging out with friends, and opening all of the wonderful cards from you all! Thank you so much! Sending my love via airwaves across the Atlantic...
... it was enjoyable all the same and gave a good view of the main city buildings and locations. Over to the main station to sort out where we have to go on Friday morning, then wandered home along the riverbank and Friedrichstrasse. We have worked out nowhere is very far from anywhere in this city, and it is easy walking as it is all flat. Thursday 2nd October Caught the train to the zoo where we met up with our walking tour group and got another train SW out to Potsdam where the palaces ...
In 1975, Bruce, his sister Annie and her husband Marvin checked in and got time stamped at the border between East and West Germany. We had no more than 2 hours to drive across the satellite part of East Germany and check in to the democratic West Berlin. Once inside West Berlin we could climb the viewing platform to look over no man's land between East and West ...
... tour started so did the rain and we were pelted on for a bit and the ponchos came out in force. We saw so much in Berlin on that bike tour but I will just name a few of them. The Tv tower (which is taller than the Eiffel Tower) Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin wall, the Reichstag Building, Neptune’s fountain, The hotel Michael Jackson dangled his baby out of and a huge park with a section devoted to not only nudists but gay nudists at that. The rain abated at soon after we ...