Romantik Hotel Kronprinz Berlin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was the Wannsee, a large nearby lake.
But she didn’t take us there only because her son Lars (Eva’s brother) belongs to a rowing club there.
She took us to a villa along the shore, site of what became known as the Wannsee Conference.
It was in that house that, on January 20, 1942, 15 senior Nazi and government officials came up with the plan to exterminate all European Jews, ...
The first full day in Berlin started very slowly, but once we got going we caught the bus to Postdamer Place where there was a section of the Berlin wall, we then walked the former site of Hitler's bunker. Hitler’s bunker is marked by a simple sign in the middle of a block of apartments because they didn't want to give future Nazi supporters a place to convene, but the people living in the ...
... number of people put into railroad cars for extermination. This grate explains that on March 27, 1945, there were 18-Berlin Jews sent to Auschwitz for extermination. This was the last transportation of the Jews for extermination. The rail road station gave the SS a discount for tickets of deported Jews because they had so many transactions of one-way transports.
... The tour was really good and I liked how I could go at my own pace and not have to deal with people. I started off at the Reichstag and boy it is huge!! I am a little upset because on the website it said the inside was closed this week but people were going inside when I was there! Regardless, the outside was beautiful and I could see scars of the war on the building. I didn't expect it to be that impressive. I walked over to Brandenburg Gate and I love this view of ...
* We plan to break camp @ 9 a.m. but actual departure time is 9.45. We must do better!
* Today is a tedious blast along the Europabahn to Berlin. 650+ km. We bypass cities such as Osnabruck, Hannover & Magdeburg, feeling slightly guilty that these places do not warrant our interest. But this is a trip of a lifetime, rather than a trip lasting one.
* We encounter our ...