Ivbergs Hotel Charlottenburg
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... for a quick sticky beak which is $10,000 / night for the penthouse room. This hotel is most famous for where Michael Jackson dangled his baby Blanket over the edge.
Walking through the Brandenburg Gate, we then come to the Holocaust Memorial for all the murdered Jews of Europe. The memorial built in 2005 cost €25million and it's meant to represent 2,711 tombstones on a slopping grid pattern.
We finally make it to the part we've all ...
... of the countries. Flight, expulsion and forced resettlement altered societies. Many millions of people lost their homes and were forced to build new lives in other locations. The prosecution of crimes committed during the war and under German rule occupied the justice system for many years.
The war changed the international political landscape. The unity that had prevailed among the Allied powers during the war against Germany and its confederates did ...
... Market there for a bite to eat. The place is so festive, all decked out for the season with colors, sounds and aromas. Several of us take the audio-guided tour of the Palace, and then come out to enjoy a warm drink.
We are going to a performance of Handel's Messiah at the Berlin Philharmonic tonight, so we grab an early bite to eat at Vapiano on the Potsdam Platz. It is a bit chaotic to say ...
... and the museum was free. Checkpoint Charlie is a bust and has turned into a cheesy tourist trap. Souvenir shops and attractions that remind me of the Dells. Sorry Chris. The pipes in the picture appear throughout Berlin. Berlin is built on swampy land and those pipes keep pumping water out of the ground to keep structures from sinking. If Hitler had his way and built his dream capitol Germania, with its massive structures, it would have ...
... Garten, another large offering, with a Chinese themed pagoda, housing a raucous oompah band, as its centre piece! And, of course, no visit to Munich would be complete without having a beer at Hofbrauhaus, a cavernous beer hall in the centre of town, chock-full with patrons sitting at long tables, elbow to elbow, swilling, singing and swaying (think 'stone cutters' from 'the Simpsons' and you won't be too far off the mark)! As Hofbrauhaus was my last stop, I decided to ...