Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain
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... blocks of different shapes and sizes! The designer never said what his representation of it was, instead leaving it up to the individual themselves to decide what it meant to them. We then saw the site of the bunker Hitler committed suicide. As he hid in his bombproof bunker, he knew the war was over, but he didn't want to die a single man. So he married his long term girlfriend in the bunker. The marriage lasted the rest of their lives, all of 30 hours before they ...
... the sight of Hitler’s bunker where he finally committed suicide, a small section of the Berlin Wall and also Checkpoint Charlie which was the waypoint between the soviet and US occupied zones of Berlin. Interestingly enough the “Checkpoint” that you can see now is not actually where the original location was, that was developed into an office building in the early 1990’s but instead there is a wonderful tourist ...
... all on the exterior of the city. So first I headed north to the official Berlin Wall Memorial. I got to see part of the wall still standing, where the inner wall stood (which I didn't know existed) and some other things like where the church and cemetery used as part of the wall once stood. I then went across the street to an observation tower where you can see a recreation of the inner wall, outer wall, guard tower, spotlights, and barbed wire used to be. You ...
... dinner, went back to the hotel to pick up my bag and headed over to the train station to catch my train to Paris. The Berlin to Paris sleeper train was better than the trans Siberian train but nothing compare to the Moscow to St. Pete's train. Whilst on the train I met this guy from Chile. He was travelling around Europe but specifically came to watch Chile play Germany in a football match. Dedicated fan or ...
... to improve their German! I met up with everyone at Alexander Platz and we ventured into the Christmas markets. They were quite big and even had an ice skating rink in the middle. We all enjoyed a Gluhvein and feuerzangebowle and chatted and laughed and chatted and laughed for a good 3 hours. We then all went for a walk, looking at the various stalls and munching on the delicious snacks. It was so much fun and for the majority of the day I spoke in denglish. Mostly on the Deutsch ...