Hotel Villa Kastania
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... a knock-off of his and is attached to a Radisson hotel. Be that as it may, the food (spaghetti bolognese) was very good!
Back on the bus, to the purple tour and the only good thing to see here (mostly in East Berlin) was the Berlin Wall Monument and the section of the wall which was painted by many artists after the reunification of Germany. We got so bored, we got off at the next to the last stop and took a cab ...
... and enjoyed the sun…happy to see it, at last. It has been raining here, particularly in the south, and there is flooding down there along the lines of the 2002 event, which means Dresden and my little towns along the Elbe River are in serious danger. As I looked at the river, it seemed so peaceful, hard to imagine how destructive it could be if riled up. I hear Amsterdam is not afraid of rising ocean waters, the dykes are ready for that, rivers ...
... contrasts. Andreas spots a Christmas decoration shop across the road and Marg and Carmen head over to look. This is one of the few shops open on Sunday.the shop is amazing with two floors of toys and Christmas cheer. We actually could not resist buying a few things, having made our purchases we and outside we head back in the direction of the car. We go through modern business and retails buildings one had an aviary in the centre court, most of the birds in the cages ...
... On Christmas, a tree was placed in the hole where the hangings took place. In the back of the prisoners’ camp stands the Memorial of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, built in 1961. There is a statue of prisoners’ joined by their liberator. Behind them stands a triangular tower that has 18 burnt-orange triangles on each face of the tower. These represent the 18 difference countries that had prisoners’ present inside Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. I then ...
... several layers of control on the East side. By this point, the sun had gone down, it was 32degrees before the windchill and I was freezing!!! We headed for the s-bahn to go back into town and walked towards the reichstag from Potsdam platz (known as the busiest square in Berlin). Along the way we were able to see the awe- inspiring holocaust memorial that looks like small concrete blocks from afar but become very tall and deep as you walk inside. Next was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed