TopDomizil Apartments Checkpoint Plaza
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... in the 19th century by Frederick William lV. We've seen palaces in France, Portugal, Holland, the UK and Scandinavia but never seen anything quite as magnificent as the palaces and gardens in Potsdam.
As Berlin is so huge, we decided to spend a couple of days on hop-on-hop-off buses to get to see those parts of the city that we hadn't yet managed. We combined this with a morning at The Pergamon museum, a museum ...
... the wall on communist programs and the clocks on western channels would show the numbers. The East Berlin government enlisted the help of teachers to determine if any of their citizens were illegally watching western tv without permission. The teachers would simply show their young students the two different clocks and ask them which one they saw on TV last night and if any of them pointed to the one with numbers on it they knew their parents ...
This is a picture of the Professor lecturing us on the conference of Wannsee Villa. There are pictures lining the board at the front of the room, of the people who attended the conference. The chart with numbers, is the number of Jews that were being discussed for extermination.
Immediately after the invasion, the mass murder of men, women and children began, but in November 1941, the ...
... Walking past the government complex we came to the Brandenburg Gate, symbol of Berlin for those of us who were born and raised during the cold war. I can remember being a kid and watching tapes of JFK's speech in front of it..."Eich bin ein Berliner". The whole boulevard leading up the gate has undergone a reconstruction since the fall of the wall in 1989-90.
Back to the Park Plaza where we sweltered as the air conditioning was not ...
... rising. I left the office and walked towards the station. It was 1pm at this point. There was no way that I was going to find an Internet cafe, somehow magically manage to fill out the form, print it and run back with my 2 other forms, take a photo, get money out and wait to see somebody before 2:30pm. Especially now that my phone was dead and I couldn't fill the form out on my phone.. Battle face deteriorating. I reached the station and low and behold there was an Internet ...