Hotel Maerkischer Hof
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- Multilingual staff
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Amazed this morning by the number of cars on the road when there are so many empty seats on the public transport. The cars are much larger than in Italy as well. Many more 4wds and gas guzzlers. Another thing I thought about Berlin was that there was a lot of green/park spaces scattered through the city despite it being so cold most of the year. Our hotel didn't include breakfast so we left and wandered to a cafe around the corner and got some pastries. We jumped on ...
... town at a small hipster shop. They did great coffee there, as they do throughout Germany. Then we went into town and walked around Museum Island, an Island with 5 world renowned museums on it and stunning architecture. Then we made our way to the East Side Gallery, which is the longest stretch of the Berlin Wall still standing ...
... who was from Raleigh and had graduated from UNC-W a couple of years ago. In both cases they have strong German ties and are here sort of getting back to their roots. Yesterday was was a little nerve racking, but it was late in the day and traffic wasn't too bad. Today we had three times the number of bikes all in the bike lane zipping in and out of traffic while dodging stopped busses and taxis. It ...
... and then walked the streets trying to acclimate ourselves. Had some lunch, bought some food and just enjoyed having no agenda and no pressing appointments! This might sound strange, but we always appreciate the space! We have now made a plan for tomorrow - where to go and what to see first. Look out walking tour - here we ...
We went to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. The memorial is designed to represent the different sizes of graves that were brought about due to the Holocaust. There are tall long graves, short small graves, medium size graves... There is over an acre covered with these coffin shaped concrete memorials. As you stand at the beginning of the memorial, it is as though you are standing at the bottom of a hill looking up at hundreds of graves. It is a mind boggling ...