NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and what is left of the Berlin Wall. The highlight of the tour was of coarse the Berlin Nudist Park, I came up with one conclusion regarding the Park, some people should and shouldn't.........that's all I'll say about that..... It was a busy Day, but an emotionally moving Day, the Guide was Brilliant which can either make or break a Tour. I arrived back to the Ship at 8:30pm, a short time later the ship departs. Tomorrow is a Sea Day (Rest Day) then on Thursday we will be at Tallinn, ...
... We will Remember: Even when walking into the rebuilt areas of heavy grey cement bricks of the memorial - The memorial to the Jewish people; One can feel the pain, The simplicity profound. May we learn from this and work on walls that keep us prisoners in our own lives To stand up against the evils in our societies, Not to just accept them as the 'norm' saying in ones heart: "There is nothing we can do about them anyway" Take a stand. ...
... was fantastic. I would recommend this tour to anyone. A big thanks to Geoff and Joal for putting us onto this.
That night we went for a couple of drinks to a bar not far from our place and then went to the bar right next door. There we met a lady and her 18 year old daughter and her best friend. They live in Frankfurt were just in Berlin for the weekend. They took us to another bar and then onto a nightclub. We had a great time with the three of ...
... was born. 6 million Jews died in the holocaust. We stood over hitlers bunker which is now a parking space, where him and his girlfriend took cyanide to end their lives, and following that hitler shot himself and took his own life just 30 hours after getting married. He wanted his body demolished as he saw what happened to an Italian leader just days before. It was dragged all through the city and kicked and spit on and hung to be made fun of. We saw Humboldt university where ...
... There's a small museum, but quite frankly, we've seen enough holocaust stories, so we moved through it pretty quickly. The memorial itself is very unusual and moving. It's a large field with 2711 concrete blocks of mixed sizes, set in a huge maze. There are rows and rows of block, the sidewalks are intentionally uneven and difficult to walk on.
We left there and grabbed a cab back to our apartment. Home cooked frozen pizza for dinner with a delicious dessert of oreos and ...