Victor's Residenz Hotel Berlin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... together. He asked for his body to be burnt, so there was no 'trophy' left for the Soviet opposition. Him and his wife (and their dog) were all burnt just outside the bunker, and their ashes thrown into the river. We then saw part of the Berlin Wall that was still in place. Although the wall wasn't that high, there was actually 2 walls, with the 'death pit' or 'no mans land' in the middle. This space had soft sand with spikes and tripwires and alarms. Snipers employed to watch ...
... people can have their picture taken with fake US soldiers and also receive a “visa stamp” in their passport with a fake East Berlin stamp. We were warned however that this will actually invalidate your passport since you’re really not supposed to put just any stamps on those visa pages, so we decided to forgo part of our “adventure” and keep going.
Our tour continued and we headed back towards ...
... see this from the tower. It's really humbling, especially when you see the pictures of all the hundred and thirty people or so you were killed trying to cross it. I had imagined the wall to be taller (even if it is still quite tall) but also much thicker. It was not as I thought at all.
I then decided to walk to the other part of the wall still standing in the southeast part of town. It took me an hour at a brisk pace. This city is not built for ...
Ya man! We made it to Berlin and survived the world's largest outdoor New Years celebration!
The train to Berlin was really funny because Oli and I had rail passes, without specified tickets, we spent the 6 hour journey sitting on the floor in-between carriages with people getting on and off at every stop. It was fun! It was a sign of becoming a true traveller to have endured that! When we arrived, it was already dark, but we found ...
... as 2 of my friends from Bulgaria can't speak English. It was a really nice day. As the afternoon began to settle in and a few people went home, the last remaining 8 of us went to a very nice Bavarian restaurant on Karl Marx Allee. It was just like Oktoberfest minus the huge amount of drunken people. The waiters and waitresses were dressed in lederhosen and dirndls and there was even a band playing. It had a great atmosphere and the food was delicious. Most of the gang had shnizels ...