Novum Hotel Gates Berlin Charlottenburg
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... we to the The Memorial to the Sinti and Roma victims of National Socialism that's was really touching area the whole memorial was such a peaceful space then we went to the Memorial to Homosexuals persecuted under Nazism then we went to the Potsdam Gate then we checked out the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe where there was about 2700 odd concrete slabs and they stood from .2m to 4.8m they was a beautiful memorial we then walked past a old ...
... art on the Berlin Wall. Some of it is original dating back to the end of the Cold War, but other parts have been refurbished by the artists over there years. Regardless, it is still amazing art that stretched for about a mile and a half. The final stop on the tour was the DDR Museum. Which is a museum of Germany post WWII. It goes over the Cold War period and how life was for Germans with the wall up. It was an interactive museum so it made it more ...
... after breakfast at the hotel we set out to check an item of every tourist's London bucket list...the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace! I was sure we were going to be WAY too early, arriving almost an hour before it started but there were tons of other crazy people already there and waiting. So we took our place among the crowd and jockeyed for position as the number of spectators grew and grew. We knew that the time was getting close when the police ...
... People, so engrossed in the metaphorical, have chipped little pieces of the wall and left it a gnawed remnant of what it once was. The iron bars that reinforced the wall are poking through and rusting. Worse than all that is the fence that stands between you and the wall. To wall you off. From the wall. That symbolises the tyranny of walls.
The Mona Lisa is widely regarded as being a mostly overrated spectacle. But you are never told to ...
... power and declared the Third Reich (third empire), Germany was not in a good state. People were poor, hungry, and needing a change. Hitler and his followers saw this, along with a series of unfortunate coincidences, as opportunities to use the Jewish people as scapegoats and to rise to power. Even if other people in Germany didn't agree with the accusations Hitler declared about Jews, they were satisfied with the order, stability, and organization that his regime brought into ...