Hotel Les Nations
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... quicker way to get there but it was really interesting following the path of the wall which seemed to zigzag its way towards the river. This reminder of the wall was interesting for us having never seen the wall but seeing how now the wall runs through parking lots and cuts streets right down the middle its clear how much the city has changed since the wall came down. Along the way we saw a squirrel but we were to slow at taking a picture. And also cars, vans and trucks permanently ...
... by graffiti artists. One depicts yearly roses, one rose per person killed crossing the wall. Another shows Berliners hoping for a brighter future. Unfortunately they had to wait until 1989. We had a disco nap that evening and planned headed out to O'tennenbaum bar for a couple of drinks. After a sleep in, we joined an alternative Berlin walking tour which I highly recommend. Highlights included amazing graffiti art (1UP), a Turkish garden built in no mans ...
... and smilling away to glory. Yes....I saw my penpal Bea, her husband Manu and their daughter Gina (A very beautiful and a bubbly girl). I was super thrilled. This lady was so patient with the number of changes in the Invite letter she had to send me for my visa processing. I really owe it to her. Berlin was not part of my itinerary but finally I decided to include just to meet this wonderful family whose hospitality I will ...
... attractions - Berlin Wall, Museum Island, Embassy Row, Reichstag Building, Brandenburg Gate, Hitler’s Bunker (site), Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin Cathedral, Checkpoint Charlie, Site of the SS and Gestapo Headquarters - just to name a few. It’s still hard to believe that the city was divided with the Wall and it didn’t come down until 1989. It was very educational, yet overwhelming at the same time with a huge amount of information to take in at once. Although it was a ...
... that still had not come to life yet. I continued walked until I came to a park walked down the steps and as one side was blocked figured that I would risk walking in the park because when I turned back I would not miss my exit. It was beautiful. The park was around a big lake and the reflections in the water were terrific. i think the fitness side of my walk ceased here as I slowly walked along taking photos . The path went into a tunnel and ...