Leonardo Hotel Berlin City Sud
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a large role in the imprisonment of many people. The first stop was outside the building used to carry the administration of records of all those imprisoned in all the camps in the local area, before moving down "camp street", which though fenced off and earily quiet now, was a very busy street during the camps operation, acting as the point of access for the members of the SS to their work in the camp, the training grounds and access the Sergents Mess, and to ...
... br> many sites to be seen in Berlin – Check Point Charlie, the Wall that separated
East and West Berlin, Brandenburg Gate to name a few. We had made arrangements to meet Michelle
Mitchell and her newly wedded husband Sven at 7.00 pm. So we separated from the Hams at 6.00 pm and made
our way to the restaurant Michelle had organised by train. Catching the train from the main station was
not a problem when ...
... know much about East / West and the times of the Cold War, let alone how the DDR/GDR came about.
We then walked on to Alexanderplatz taking in the TV Tower. We decided not to go up it, but instead had a quick wander around Alexanderplatz before taking the U-Bahn further east to take a look at the architecture of around Karl Marx Alle. This is a huge wide boulevard lined with model 1950 and 1960s communist ...
Sunday 6th July
A wake early as we had a band playong out side neighbour house 6 45am nice music but time of day not flash Off to Dusseldorf on train French food festival and Dusseldorf triathlon
Great day out enjoyed the french food and wine and really enjoyed watching the Triathlon, home to find Mitch and Josh home from their trip to Luxembourg Paris and Brussels
MONDAY 7th july 2014 up early (not as ...
... It felt kind of ghostly down there knowing it had been closed for so long. It really stuck me how crazy it would have been to live in the time of the wall. Transportation stops or allows culture to keep happening and by stopping this transportation it cut people off from the rest of the world.
We all walked over to a memorial of the Berlin Wall. On one side was West Berlin and the other East. One thing that stood out to me is that ...