Motel One Berlin Mitte
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Very nice hotel and value for money. great location to many of the attractions via U Bahn. There are also some places that one can walk to like the potsdam platz and you can see the berlin wall memorial, etc.
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Berlin is one of the place I have invested money and time to go into the museums, like the DDR Museum, Check Point Charlie Museum (also the Mauermuseum), Anne Frank Exhibition, Berlin Wall Memorial. There are really alot of information regarding the Berlin Wall and what was it like to live in East Germany. I tried to register myself for the …
... colder than it felt after being in air conditioning for almost 30 hours. Went for a wander through the Christmas market at the end of our street. Ate a curry wurst.. Not sure I'll do that again. And back to the hotel with a desperate need for sleep. It is 3.30 and already getting dark, which makes me want to snooze! Tomorrow is DDR museum, bus tour and more Christmas markets! It is weird to think that, in less than 24 hours, you can be on the other side of the ...
... so small they are walked over on the sidewalk to represent people doing their day to day things and seeing all of this beside them but not really taking an interest. Just knowing it's there and doing nothing about it which is what a lot of people did. Also all of the cement blocks are all different sizes and that says that even though they were stripped of everything they all still held their own identity. "all it takes for evil to happen is for good people to do nothing". 138 ...
Day 2 of 3 in Berlin. Again, after a late start, I rode through some parks, including Flughafen, the former airport. I took no pictures outside today as it was raining. To avoid the rain, I spent most of the afternoon at the odd Jüdisches Museum (Jewish Museum). It has an old part and a new part, but they are integrated and one moves back and forth unknowingly between them. The new part is itself its own attraction. You are there more for ...
... would have easier access to it, but so that Berlin natives would walk by it every day. And remember the holocaust every day.
The other reason the memorial is controversial is because of how it was built. The field of concrete pillars was purposely left blank of any names or writings. So that visitors would get their own meaning out of it. And they wanted to prevent anyone from leaving graffiti. So they coated the pillars in a substance that would allow them ...