Novum Hotel Gates Berlin Charlottenburg
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... existing building, it was torn down. That is, except for the DRH.
We walked around the corner of the DRH to see where the Wall would have crossed it. A piece of the Wall is still standing on Niederkirchnerstrasse. Directly adjacent to the building is the Topography of Terror, an outdoor and indoor Documentation Centre, the former headquarters for the Secret State Police (SS) and the Reich Main Securitry Office (Gestapo). The building was all but destroyed ...
... to how God is at work in there lives to will and to work for His good pleasure (Phil. 2:13). What a joy it is to fellowship with God's people and to anticipate the joy of heaven's eternal communion with Christ and all those He has ransomed with His blood "from every tribe and people and language and nation" (Rev. 5:9). Maranatha! See below for a picture of the alumni ...
... Congress Hall which was supposed to be a government building. Money ran thin during the war and many of Hitler's extravagant architectural projects were either not started or left incomplete. This was one of the incomplete structures. It was intended to have thousands of seats and a roof over the entire building with a huge skylight.
We continued around the lakes and beautiful wooded area to find the Grand Road. This was another one of Hitler's projects, and he intended ...
... of the art and architecture movement that started here in Saxony.
We also made the big decision to buy a blender. Weird, but yes, we will now carry a small blender in our bags because we need a break from the meat and cheese breakfasts anymore. Deanne has been making green smoothies for breakfast for about 15 years and I've been doing it for 5 and we miss the healthy start to the day. It's no vitamix, but it'll do. It only weighs a couple of ...
Today, Simon took me out for breakfast for my birthday. No ordinary breakfast, but breakfast in the sky. What do you mean, do I hear you ask? Well it was up the Fernsehturm tower with a revolving restaurant. It was greaf. The restaurant is 207 m high and we got to see Berlin about 3 times. Berlin is really a very pretty city with lots of parks and trees. One large park used to be the airport for West Berlin back in the days of the wall. From high above ...