Hotel Villa Kastania
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- Swimming pool
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... building that surrounds the courtyard, there is a small museum that documents the assassination plot, along with many other forms of resistance that the Nazis faced.
No visit to Berlin would be complete without a visit to Checkpoint Charlie, right? This was mostly a Tourist Trap, so I snapped a few pictures just to say that I was there. There was a museum that is supposed to be pretty good, but I ...
... an easy task, so I highly recommend anyone travelling by train from Prague to allow yourselves enough time to work out which platform you need.
It turned out that we had a very, very long walk, dragging our large cases and carry on bags, to a platform at the far end of the station. We obviously looked slightly lost so a Czech gentleman offered to show us where we needed to go. We were very happy to ...
... including Chancellor Helmut Kohl, President Ric******** Weizsäcker, former Chancellor Willy Brandt and many others. One day later, the parliament of the united Germany would assemble in an act of symbolism in the Reichstag building. The Reichstag dome is the large glass dome at the very top of the building. The dome has a 360-degree view of the surrounding Berlin cityscape and is open to anyone without prior registration, although the waiting queues can be very long, ...
... and also a lot of trade unionists, began to be harassed, tortured and killed. Pretty horrendous. After that I headed to Tranenpalast - the palace of years. This is actually a building adjacent to Friedrichstrasse railway station and the building itself was the room that the border control was in and people had to say goodbye to this loved ones in the east at this point. There were really ...
... kids bought him a pair also. Michele said she had gone through the "birk" stage and didn't want a pair! Tonight we are tired and feet are sore. We are keeping our feet up right now. Tomorrow we head to Poznan, Poland. Poznan is supposed to be a tourist town. It will be interesting to see it. Hopefully someone will speak English ...