Quentin Design hotel
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... era.The buildings that housed the Gestapo and SS headquarters were largely destroyed by Allied bombing during early 1945 and the ruins demolished after the war. The Berlin Wall here was never demolished. Indeed, the section adjacent to the Topography of Terror site is the longest segment of the wall.
Checkpoint Charlie has a picture of a Soviet soldier on one side of the billboard, and ...
... informative, the audio tour was really helpful. As I mentioned we are staying right next to the Brandenburg Gate, we walked there in the morning, and took some photo of this very impressive structure. We then walked to the Reichstag building, from here we took the bus, and saw a range of amazing buildings, monuments, even the largest shopping ...
... so we headed down to the bar and ordered a feast - LOTS of food! We ate as much as we could manage and drank cocktails with lots of amazing people from all over the world! We had such a lovely evening, laughing and joking with all of these other tourists, and didn't get to bed until very late!
On Sunday we were up early again, and ate as much breakfast as we could manage! We packed up our things and put the bags in lockers for the day, and ...
... people on a silent walk from Alexander Platz to Berliner Dom and on to Charlottenburg. There were stops along the way which included speeches made by young people of the steps of Berliner Dom to tell the stories of the lives lost during this time, a choir performance just near the German historical museum and various pauses to polish the stones which lay in remembrance to millions of lives destroyed during this time. It was a very surreal experience, walking along ...
... could climb that overlooked across the street and into small section where a recreation of part of the wall was built showing both inner and outer walls and the death strip in between that someone would need to cross after successfully scaling one wall before being able to try for the next. Few ever succeeded.
What struck me the most while visiting the area was how the wall existed until so recently in history. The wall fell in 1990 which in itself is ...