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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... each other on either side of the border, until a peaceful step-down was agreed by JFK and they all, slowly, edged backwards. If this doesn't interested you, that's OK, but I was enthralled. It was all news to me.
On Sunday morning I went to look at the East Gallery, a fairly long stretch of the Wall that's been turned into a permanent art exhibit. Sadly - and surprisingly - some developers have removed a few sections of it in order to build a new apartment block. It sends ...
... of town, so we walked in and out to the hotel each day as well as around all of the tourist sights!) The guide (Rami) was fantastic and gave us lots of interesting facts about the city. We were struck at the amount of war damage that is still visible in the city today. Lots of buildings are riddled with all sorts of bullet holes - they have been left (rather than filled in) as a reminder of what happened. Seeing the amount of damage to some of the amazing historic buildings was ...
... rude and wouldn't let us take our food on so we had to wait 20 minutes for the next one while people finished up.
Once we got to our hostel we all unpacked and got settled then headed downstairs to the bar that was part of the hostel. It was more of a nook with a beer tap haha but it was fun still with our group of friends. Our hostel was super nice and really clean. The only thing that sucked was the showers not being warm but that's ...
... Quite intriguing and unique. Next door to the Cathedral, and facing the King’s palace, is the Altes Museum building. This has a slightly more morbid and recent history as the site of many of Hitler’s addresses to his troops, who stood in the thousands in the now grassed area between the steps to the building and the King’s palace to hear him speak. This grassed area used to be the King’s gardens and actually have quite a tale of their ...
... to us was required for the train. And so after a heated discussion with the ticket master we had to fork out a bit more money to prevent us from being kicked off the train.
When we arrived we made our way via Berlin's metro system to our hostel: PlusHostel, where we checked in. PlusHostel is extremely modern and nice, more like a hotel, similar to Wombats where we ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking