Leonardo Airport Hotel Berlin Brandenburg
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... as the place where the artistic young crowds gather. The same process can be seen in Prenzlauer Berg, in the east. However, gentrification of Berlin’s neighborhoods and whether or not it’s a good thing are subjects for another time. (I’m doing my best to keep the length of this piece down and failing to do so.)
Nowadays the two halves of the city are quite properly integrated, with hip neighborhoods on both sides of the ...
... part of German history when hundreds and thousands of Jews (including the disabled/impaired and gay and lesbian’s) were murdered.
We stopped for a lunch break towards the end of the tour and Marc and I got chatting to a young Aussie guy from Perth on our bike tour that was travelling on his own. He was quite friendly and was giving us some advice on places to see in Budapest and Southern France. He was nearing the end of his 8 week holiday ...
... in it’s design: it was intended to reduce the individual to insignificance, to overwhelm and demonstrate the full power of the state.
We visited a preserved section of the Berlin wall, but it’s just the wall, so it seemed smaller, thinner, lower and so much less than I expected. But that’s because the really terrifying part is gone: the second wall, with the wide ‘death zone’ between, the barbed wire, ...
... sent a letter to the German government advising of their increased security measures and noting that the Brandenburg Gate attracted a lot of tourists and how they believed this posed an increased security risk to their embassy. So the US ambassador requested the German government MOVE the Brandenburg gate further down the road!! Well the Germans didn't take long to reply and told the US, "nien". The mayor of Berlin at the time was a bit out spoken ...
... been to yesterday and also we were heading to today. Around the edge of the viewing area were signs showing you which cities you were facing. We waved to Santiago! Sydney was not listed. We left the tower and stopped for a hot drink in a lovely outdoor café before heading off to the Pergamon museum. Along the way we posted some postcards, bought some rolls for lunch and admired the incredible building around us on Museum Island. We passed the Berliner Dom ...