Mark Apart Hotel Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... going. Quiet suddenly, I was almost alone on the street, but a huge crowd had gathered about a block ahead of me. They were chanting something, but I couldn't tell what. Thats when a police van pulled up from behind me and about 9 SWAT looking Polizei got out. They formed a line, put up their riot shields and started walking. This is the part where I did what my dad would do, I followed them. They went into the crowd, who when chanting in German ...
... point of call. This was the border post between West and East Berlin during the Cold War and the border post that we had past through in 1987. The post has been transformed into an open air museum with the story of the War and the subsequent history of the Wall. All very informative and interesting.
History lesson over we stopped for an ice cream before heading back to our campsite in Werden. A long but interesting ...
I got up this morning at 7.45am, showered, dressed and then went downstairs to breakfast. After eating the buffet breakfast i went back to the room and got ready for the day. I also packed bags, updated and left the hostel after checking out. I took the very easy walk to the station, found the right platform and waited for the train.
I got on the train, found a seat and read. Soon the train arrived at the Berlin hbh. I got off here and ...
... at Postdamer Platz. As we road there Rickie showed me the double line of bricks that represented where the wall went thru the city. We arrived at Postdamer and found Tim at the old traffic lights. Postdammer was destroyed during the war and with the wall was part of the nomans land. It has a large area known as the Sony plaza which has resturants and movie theatre but we were not overly impressed. just outside of the sony square they have a couple ...
... to Belém to buy more custard tarts. As we are about to devour these treats on a park bench, a flock of knowing pigeons assemble at our feet. We finish off our fleeting but memorable love affair with Lisbon sipping wine by the kiosk at the Largo da St. Vincente. A sunlit snapshot of the city assembles below our table; tattered palm trees, sagging laundry lines. majestic churches, and the comings and goings of the port. Although soon "We'll take Berlin,"we are sorry to be leaving ...