NH Berlin City West
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... experimentation". We spent over 4 hours here. There was something that stood out to me that seemed to be in very poor taste, the Riot Police use the Concentration Camp today for their Training. I really don't think this looks good for the German People considering that the Government is trying everything to make sure that the horrors of the past never happen again. I also visited the site of Hitler's Bunker, the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, The ...
... full of empty bookshelves, at the place where all the books were burned, outside the university. A hidden treasure. "if you burn books, you will soon burn people" We will Remember: Two walls, with no mans land between Marked on the road with two rows of bricks in the road across the city. Monument to the walls. One section of the wall remaining, bullet holes, rods of steel within The the wall of the Hitlers Reich The pictures, ...
... and there were so many people at the wall of Berlin. The guards had no idea of any of these plans so were very shocked to see everyone there waving their passports. These people haven't seen their families friends and loved ones for 28 years so they're just excited and on the west side they're all waiting to greet them with champagne. Finally the guards said we can't keep this many people away, and gave in. The wall finally came down and I can't believe it was only four years ...
... on advice, we went traditional and had curry wurst and beer for dinner. Ed was not impressed, but as hunger was the only alternative ate it. After that we headed back to our hotel. After a short discussion with hotel management about how I know the different between an under blanket and an actual bottom sheet, and no there is no bottom sheet on the bunk, we settled in for the night. The good thing about having Bloomberg as your only real tv option, sleep comes ...
... This one had a live commentator. He spoke in English and German, but it was really hard to tell which one he was speaking when. We jumped off at the Brandenburg gate and never returned. He did, however, warn us, that the Berlin marathon is Sunday and they're expecting thousands of people.
The Brandenburg Gate is impressive and it sits on a square with the French Embassy on one side and the American Embassy on the other. Around the corner is the Memorial to the Murdered Jews ...