Mercure Hotel Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I didn't think it would be strange traveling out of the country for the 4th. But, it was. Amazing, how this Holiday brings so many memories with it, along with feelings of patriotism and love of where we live. I was reading FB posts of the fun 4th celebrations and realized what a special day it is. We'll be celebrating next year! Back to our trip. Got into Heathrow around 4 pm. Long flight, but good. ...
... around once looking for the Topography of Terror. I had last been here in 2008 and the Wall wasn't starting to show its age. Sections now have holes and one piece has pretty much crumbled apart. Not many people were there but there were a few school groups walking up and down the Wall. I walked to the center and changed my lens to a fish-eye lens and experiment with angles to see what kind of photo I could take.
Below the Wall was a series ...
... no paparazzi. 60; After Dunkin we all started to head out and walk down some street called Schloßpl and it took us to this square with museums and the huge Cathedral of Berlin. We stopped at the square to take pictures of the Cathedral because it was very beautiful and looked different from most European Cathedrals I’ve seen so far. It definitely has more domes ...
... so we kept it pretty low-key for the rest of the night. On our second day, we visited The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe; it was heart-wrenching, but absolutely beautiful exhibit and memorial. We also walked around Germany's largest outdoor flea market, which was of course a great way to get a feel for the culture. In between all of that, we saw the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), and Alexander Platz. On the next day, we visited the world famous ...
... But I was later told that the museum was a favorite for some native Germans, and I kindof wished I had done it. Instead I made my way to Gendarmenmarkt, where I stepped in the free museum in Deutscher Dom ("Wege, Irrwege und Umwege") before I realized it was all about the government structure and that Wikipedia would be more helpful than the German writing there. I found a coffee shop, and then met Nate for dinner at Hackenthals, which was more difficult than it should ...