Meininger Hotel Berlin Mitte Humboldthaus
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... so we head back to the room again to cook in and relax. We watch a movie and eat some junk food and go to bed. The next morning is lazy again. It's our last day in Berlin and as we have bought a few things we walk to the nearest post office to buy a box to send items home. We get caught in the rain and run home. I spend about an hour or so packing our box and find that we still have some room in it. As it is expensive to post things home, we decide to hold onto the box until we fill it ...
... barren security strip in between made for an ominous sight.
There is so much that I didn't know about the Wall before I got to Berlin, such as how wide the security strip was in places. In some spots it spanned just a few metres but the stretch between Potsdamer Platz and Brandenburg Gate it was at least a hundred metres wide in places. Some of those black and white photos were taken from the roof of Brandenburg Gate, which itself ended up being enclosed between both ...
Today is a big day. We have a 3 hour train ride to get from the Port of Warnemunde to the city of Berlin. The plan for the day is an overview of the city by coach and then time on our own. Our guide is a typical 'Berliner ' - her words. Blue eyed blonde hair and fun.( 2 out of 3 ) Her hair colour is definitely not natural! She takes us to the Berlin Wall site and unexpectedly we are able to get out and take photos. In fact all of ...
Joel and I landed into Berlin Schoenefeld airport around 9PM where we were greeted and picked up by Jonas Leh and his girlfriend, Yael. For those of you who are unaware, Jonas is from Berlin and studied at Russia High School for a year while I was a senior in high school. So when we finalized our June pack backing trip, staying with Jonas and his family made logical sense. Before going to his home, Jonas took us to a little restaurant where I experienced ...
... soldier taking a last look at his fallen comrades before leaving and returning home.
From here it was only a short walk to the Brandenburg Gate. This was the site of many celebrations when the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 was was the main gateway between East and West from then on. The Gate is very close to where the wall actually was, and the site of the wall can be seen on the road with a double row of bricks. Also nearby is the Hotel Adlon, where Michael ...
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