Motel One Berlin - Alexanderplatz
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We said goodbye to Tomasz and Irina. Boarded the train to Berlin for an 1 1/2 hour ride. Volta met us again. Missed having him around those few days.
We arrived in Berlin and were met by our local guides Katerina and Martin. We had a quick check in to our hotel as we had a bus tour scheduled. Surprised how Americanized it is here. Lots of …
Today we got a coffee and then headed to the train station to get our tickets to Guben. One of the instructors came over and tried to help us get a cheaper ticket. But nothing worked so 55Eur later we got our tickets to Guben only to figure out that night one ticket is only a one way ticket, even though we pressed add a ticket that's the same. So 70Eur later we got tickets to Guben and back.
Today is our bike ...
Caught a hop on hop off bus to take us to the sights of Berlin. Traffic chaotic with all the construction taking place plus roadworks. Many of the roads were closed for a cycle race, the Velothon, which is the second largest cycle race in Europe (60km route, 13,000 participants ...
... War ll damage and its location in the divided city's no mans land.
Holocaust Memorial, a large stark memorial to the genocide of the European Jews during WWII, was created by American Architect Peter Eisenman. ...
... different ages who were sent into the gas chambers, from babies and young toddlers, to the oldest grandpas. The blocks were also in a very strict grid-like formation, which for me indicated order and conformity. It’s safe to say that the memorial touched me, as boring and unusual as it looks, when you walk through it, it is something completely different. Everyone takes something different away from it as the designer purposely created it without the use of symbolism. ...