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While employed at Zimmer, I traveled to Berlin for an orthopedic conference. I really enjoyed the sights and sounds of my adventure and got the travel bug.
... t a huge metropolitan theatre, it was just some small inner-city theatre with a tiny street frontage. I met a bloke from Montreal there - another polyglot, though I didn't ask him how many languages he spoke and he didn't ask me... we had more sense as the answer is usually not so easy. The play was probably pretty good and a satire apparently... I say probably and apparently because it was just about impossible to ...
... When you walk through it the massive concrete plinths get taller and taller and you feel more trapped and almost hopeless but can still see the end. I think it is representing how the Jewish people felt during the war, the oppression and the hopelessness yearning for a way out but having to pass through much of this before they were safe. Then the tour finished at the Brandenburg Gate via Hitler's bunker site (now a car park, that isn't even paved; I like that ...
... TV Tower "Fernsehturn". Quick lunch at a bakery, where the prices confirmed that we were no longer getting bargains! You can pay to go up the tower, but we chose to walk to the Holocaust Memorial. It was a long walk, and on the way we were accosted by a group of young girls wanting us to sign a petition - which was on dodgy looking scraps of paper and in English (shouldnt it be in German as thats what most locals would read?). Checked our bags and pockets after that ...
... his arm actually looks like it’s his you know what, hence the name Ampelman.
We did some more walking to Alexander Platz but didn’t go up the tower as it was too cloudy. By this point it was starting to rain and I felt we had walked everywhere so we headed back to the hotel via the "old town". Evan called it a failed tourist trap as unlike all the other old towns we’d been to, this one was really quiet and there were hardly any ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Fantastic location, service and room. I would recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Berlin.
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