Tryp By Wyndham Berlin City West
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... Stasi Ausstellang, but it was closed.
I caught the bus up to the Cathedral and climbed the 267 steps to the dome walk for some pretty lovely views of Berlin. The entry fee for the Cathedral was 7euros, which was probably a bit steep. The Cathedral itself was very beautiful, but very small compared to the other Cathedrals of Europe. There was also an exhibit about the development of the building. Most of the Cathedrals I have ...
... soldier on the other side. Checkpoint Charlie or "Checkpoint C" was the name given by the Western Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. Checkpoint Charlie became a symbol of the Cold War, representing the separation of East and West Berlin. Soviet and American tanks briefly faced each other at the location during the Berlin Crisis of ...
... the rain- WHAT FUN? however, the tour was very interesting and surprisingly enjoyed it very much!!! So much history in this city! After our tour ended we had to go back to the hotel and get ready for dinner, which was back in the middle of town! We had a roast potato and chicken salad for dinner which was quite nice. We also had a pancake for dessert- YUMMY! After the long trip back to the hotel, i completely fell into bed absolutely ...
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We also saw parts of the old Berlin Wall. Inken explained that although the wall itself doesn't seem intimidating or in fact very impressive, it was the devices put in place around the wall that caused so many deaths. There was a large area of 'No Man's Land' separating the West and the East, and Soviet soldiers were instructed to kill all who tried to pass over the wall in either direction. These soldiers were stationed in ...
... very exciting and looked amazing! Fireworks are not illegal over here and are sold at shops everywhere 3-4 days prior to New Year's Eve. So everybody has them! For the entire three days before Silvester so many fireworks were let off near our place. All through the day bang bang bang. Mostly kids of course. But at midnight, Wooah I have never ever seen so many fireworks in my life. Not as grand and structured as Sydney of course, but very ...