Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel
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We arrived after lunch in Berlin and went to our hotel. It has a safe in the room. I put our important things in it. The password was 12395A.
Then we went for a walk and found a big wall called the Berlin Wall. People were doing lots of graffiti on the wall. Lots of really rude pictures as well. The wall from was from a war. If you went onto the other side you would get shot. I would feel sad if that were my town because ...
... were often told to do completely unnecessary things for the guards' amusement, such as rolling on the ground. Roll call had to be done to ensure no prisoners escape and they were all accounted for. If there was someone missing, the men would have to stay standing at attention without moving until that person was found. This could be days of standing in whatever the weather conditions were. Men would frequently drop down and die during roll calls. The prisoners learned to make ...
... on English. After three hours of drinking wine and chatting it was time to head off. I had a dancing date at white trash with Paul, Marc, Claudia, Monique and Andy. Danielle came along with me and we bumped into Paul at Alexander Platz. Marc and the Gang were already there so we caught up with them and danced the night away. White trash is an excellent alternative club in Berlin which has a lot of live acts and a lot ...
... east Berlin. I tipped the guide 5€ then headed up the road to the East Side Gallery. The gallery displays artwork on the longest stretch of the Berlin wall that is still standing. Some pieces are iconic, like the 2 male politicians kissing and others I had never seen before. It was interesting to read all the messages that random people had written on the wall over the artwork. Some statements were stupid and ignorant but others really made me think.
On the ...
... for some sightseeing with Uncle Theo and Auntie Shirley. We did a boat cruise on a canal in the city which was nice, I expect it would have been nicer if the weather was a little brighter. I followed the boat tour with a visit to the Reichstag. You have to book online to enter the building but it is truly worth it. It was a wonderful view and an amazing building. As I was now on a sightseeing roll, I headed to the Brandenburg Gates which is ...