Dorint Adlershof Berlin
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... were burned in a huge bonfire. There is a memorial there now, if you look down into the ground there are empty bookshelves for all the destroyed books & a small pile of ashes.
We were also able to visit Checkpoint Charlie - the guarded point between the east & west sides of Berlin. The building is a recreation and the soldiers are fake but it's an important historical site. Nearby is one of the last remaining pieces of ...
... process was also handled solely "auf Deutsch", meaning that we have now mastered the art of complaining about bad transport services in both Spanish and German in the past two months.)
Our accommodation in Berlin was excellent: a small but comfortable room on the top floor of a pleasant hostel in the Schoeneberg district. Only downsides were that the room got stiflingly hot during the day, with temperatures over 32°C each day of our visit, and the masses of ...
... After an hour of sleep, I got up to finish all my last minute preparations. I made my final purchases, ditched some more socks, and one more shirt. I packed and unpacked my bag three more times, finally leaving it be only an hour before my departure to the airport.
I hung out with my family up until a few minutes before my flight's boarding time, then happily said goodbye (okay fine, maybe there were some tears.) After making my way ...
... and there were so many people at the wall of Berlin. The guards had no idea of any of these plans so were very shocked to see everyone there waving their passports. These people haven't seen their families friends and loved ones for 28 years so they're just excited and on the west side they're all waiting to greet them with champagne. Finally the guards said we can't keep this many people away, and gave in. The wall finally came down and I can't believe it was only four years ...
... So once the slam ended, I left pretty much straight away. Though on leaving the building, the girl I'd been sitting right next to all night tried asking me for directions, and my facade of casual German slam attendee came crashing down. But luckiy enough, upon telling her I'd only arrived in Berlin 4 hours prior, she confessed she'd only just moved here from Austria herself and didn't yet know anyone.