Mercure Hotel Berlin City
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We caught the train on Tuesday 16 June, 2015 to Gatwick Airport. It took about an hour to get there. The airport is nowhere as busy as Heathrow although I am sure that will change if they are successful in securing a new runway.
There is currently some sort of bidding process underway to determine whether Gatwick or Heathrow get the much …
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We saw so many of the places you imagine as Berlin – The Museum Island, King Fredrich, The Brandenburg Gate, The site of the burning of the books, Hitler's Bunker and the Berlin Wall. But there was so much that was unexpected – The Berlin Bear's around the place, the impact of the holocaust memorial and the efforts Berlin is making to be a tolerant city that is dealing with the past. This included the stumbling stones. ...
... Prenzlauer Berg.
To relax and enjoy my last time in sunny Berlin, I go to Volks park, which is near the place from Nathalie.
I couldn't have dreamt of a better way to end my stay in Berlin. I will definately return... I will not let 14 years pass again since last time I've visited.
Tomorrow I leave for Istanbul... new adventures to come. ...
... the exhibiton, we visited the Jewish memorial that had been constructed in memory of the millions of Jewish people who were murdered during World War 2. To some people, it clearly just looks like giant blocks of concrete in the middle of a square because they were climbing all over it and taking selfies with the blocks. Disrespectful *****. They say that every person takes away a different meaning from the memorial; for me, the blocks of different heights represented the Jews ...
... to visit the well known sights such as Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and the Topography of Terrors museum time lining what occurred in Berlin from the nazi regime to the soviet regime. Got a few pictures of Ampleman, the traffic light man that was designed to make the people of east Berlin happier. Thankfully the wall came down in 1989 and Berlin has turned into an awesome ...