Ibis Styles Berlin an der Oper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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As always, I slept through my flight. When I opened my eyes again, it's Paris already. The romantic and high-culture Paris is definitely not my place. An hour more flight, there we go Berlin. I am a Gregory Daypack backpacker. As a girl, I have just too few things with me. But this daypack hit the road with me for countless times and witnesses me dumped by ...
... that quite a few famous people went here like eingstine. On the other side of the road was the law facualty which use to be the library where the Nazi’s burnt most of the books. We saw the quotes on the plaques and the empty sheves tribute under the square. We then decended into a train station. This particular station was sealed off because people were using it to escape to West Germany. So most of the apparel and style is still in its original states from when it ...
... the Allies, they failed and after a struggle lasting for 63 days, Hitler ordered the complete destruction of Warsaw. It is estimated by some that when the Germans left, only a few thousand Poles remained. Every bridge had been blown up and flame thrower crews had been attempting to burn every building. After Stalingrad, Warsaw was the biggest single urban battlefield in the war. After the war, Poland was basically given to Stalin by the Allies. Why are Polish builders ...
... which was actually okay :).
On my last day I went back to the Berlin Wall Memorial and went through the Topographie Des Terrors (Topography of Terror). I wandered along the main streets of Unter den Linden, Wilhelmstrasse and Friedrichstrasse, just taking in the area. As I wandered along I noted the double row of bricks in the footpath and road which signified where the Wall had been. I sat next to ...
... tour guides for both tours were awesome dudes, one young Irishman and the other an older huge beer gut having Scotsman. Both extremely knowledgeable and excellent entertainers.
We visited the German Parliament Building that had gone through a huge renovation and modification. A massive dome was placed on the top of the building to symbolize that the common people walk on top of the heads of German politicians as they ascend the dome ...