TOP CityLine Hotel Domicil
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... of the Berlin wall. The US embassy is right next to the gate, and they were flying the rainbow flag, because the US Supreme court ruling had just been handed down. It was a quick tour, but we would see more again over the rest of the week.
We stopped at Alexanderplatz and were on our own for lunch. Most of us went to Galeria department store. Downstairs they had a store with fresh cut meats and breads, this is where a few group members ate lunch. While the rest of the ...
... there, but whilst it was interesting it would be not be on the top of our list to specifically re-visit. The Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gates, Government and other significant buildings, museum island, Holocaust Monument, Catherine's Palace are some of the sites we whizzed past or through. The lifestyle in Berlin 1961 - 1989 is unimaginable. Some impressions. Curry wurst is a specialty food of Berlin. There are river/canal beaches and bars alongside the ...
... wouldn’t have explored on my own.
On my last day in Berlin, I caught two trains out to the Hard Rock to buy my drumsticks and pin. It was located in this big shopping mall so I had a walk around for a bit and then caught a bus back into the city.
I walked through the Brandenburg gate and to the park on the other side. I was sitting in the park when a huge storm started! The wind was so strong that you could barely walk!! I ran from ...
... persecution and terror – the Secret State Police Office with its own “house prison,” the leadership of the SS and, during the Second World War, the Reich Security Main Office. As previously noted, the City was basically rebuilt. What was very interesting to note was that everything associated with the Nazis was notrebuilt. Hilter's bunker is now a parking lot near some apartments. Our guide indicated they did find a building near the bunker, which ...
... citizens died during the Holocaust. One of the last rooms I'm going to mention (the others were for research and those who wanted to access the database to search for ones who didn't make it) was the room of names. This room was basically pitch black (light enough for people to see to walk) and had three walls with projectors which broadcasted a name of a victim of the Holocaust. Each of these people receives a couple minutes ...