Leonardo Hotel Berlin
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... to enter the train station; they entered the Platform as cattle would, up the cobblestone road. The stairs on the right climb to Platform 17 from inside the train station; it looks the same as all other Platform entrances, but this one leads to death.
There are iron grates lined side-by-side at the loading dock of Platform 17 containing information of dates ...
We stopped in Dresden today en route to Berlin. Most of you should be familiar with Dresden- maybe because it's yet another town that America bombed. Aye aye aye. The entire city was pretty much demolished near the end of WWII, but they quickly rebuilt everything that was destroyed. You can even tell the difference in the building's walls near the center of the town. We feasted on some ...
... USSR controlled) and West Berlin (US controlled) during the time of the Berlin Wall. Mariette also explained quite a bit of history surrounding this and how basically overnight one night, Berlin was divided and would remain so for 28 years!! So if your son or daughter went to stay the night at a friends house in what would eventually become West Berlin, the night when they decided to divide Berlin, the next morning you would be separated and would remain so for ...
... it took nearly three hours before we made our way through the system. The process seems to be to have as little staff as possible so that you only make your flight at the last minute.
Arrived in Berlin and quickly made our way to our hotel. We are staying at the Adlon Kempinski a very famous hotel situated alongside the Brandenburg gates. In recent times it is most famous for being the hotel where Michael Jackson held his child out over the balcony. ...
... just decided to,open his gate and let everyone through, and so the other guards followed suit and the gates opened. Families were reunited and things were better. After our group tour of the wall, my roommate Maxine and I joined with Chad and Victoria, a couple from Brisbane Australia, and took the U-Bahn to Checkpoint Charlie, the main crossing between East and West Berlin. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Checkpoint _Charlie There was lots of info there on ...