How has this pension rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Rotdorn
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rotdorn Berlin
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rotdorn Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... to have a dark vibe coming from it. We also went into the Neue Wache which is a memorial for the victims of war of Germany. In the center of the room there’s a statue of a woman sitting on the ground cradling a body which is supposed to a mother with her dead son. Then we moved on and walked towards the Brandenburg Gate in Pariser Platz. 60; On the way to the gate we passed ...
... Germans packed inside and on top of it, and maybe a further 30 people running after it. They were all waving their flags and singing ‘Super Deutschland!’ with the car horn honking in tune with everyone. I joined those who were chasing after the car and soon enough we had a small army of us singing, waving, chasing, and of course hugging. I even carried a girl on my shoulders for a bit as she waved her flag, but this made it quite difficult to chase the car and ...
... to cross the wall on site. The second thing I learned is that the wall was put up in one day, initially of barbed wire and then in the few weeks afterwards replaced with concrete. It would become two walls later on. We then saw a very controversial memorial "to the murdered Jews of Europe". The monument is very modern and the artist refuses to give any explanation as to what it means. There is also no plaque to ...
Today we visited the foundation of the current German government and the Reichstag - the historic building that the government currently uses.
Then we went to Brandenburg Gate which was the former division between East and West Berlin. Remember that after WWII, West Berlin was an island or enclave in the middle of Soviet East Germany. I stood near the spot ...
... the night before and I'm struck by how, even after nearly six decades, German people my age still grapple with the idea that normal people could allow and enact the kind of cruelty to one another that so many people in Europe accepted and subscribed to. I'm again struck by the similarities between Germans and South African's and how we are both still struggling to define our values and identities outside of our ideological, political and cultural heritage. Josie tells us ...