NH Berlin City West
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... so much, I can't type it all up here. That night we went and had Asian food for dinner before going back to the hostel. Our new room mates are so messy they have stuff everywhere. Even his jandals were by my bags. There is no need for him to be near my stuff. So we pushed their stuff aside and made some room for ourselves and threw his jandals back over to his bed.
Tomorrow we have to get up early to go to ...
... it gave me the chance to learn a little more about post war Germany and what life in the East was like. There is still so much work going on to help bring Dresden back to what it once was, with scaffolds and specialist tradespeople working on many of the buildings; while some of the empty land is finally being cleared and new buildings being erected to help breath life into the city centre. It would be awesome to visit in another 10 years or so just to see how much has changed ...
... building, originally designed in 1894 has again become the Bundestag or German Parliament since the unification of the two Berlins.
A complete restoration of the building, which included the addition of a complete top floor and new 50 metre high glass dome, designed by British architect Norman Foster, has given this building a new life.
A most interesting start to the day. A guided walking tour focusing on the 3rd Reich and also Berlin during the cold war. Far too many facts to include here, needless to say it was great! A bratwurst for lunch, and more exploring to see sights ...
... to Checkpoint Charlie which was one of the few border crossings from West to East Berlin. Getting out of East Berlin was incredibly difficult, lots of people attempted escape and paid with their lives. People visiting the East from the West had no issues at all, they just had to show a passport. The checkpoint exhibit told a story of a man who tried to escape the conditions in the East, got shot by Eastern border guards and left to bleed to death by the wall. The Western ...