ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
Located just a block from Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate, the five-acre site consists of 2,711 columns of different heights, arranged in a geometric grid pattern. We walked through the sloping grid, sometimes dwarfed by the columns, other times standing higher.
Personally, I found the memorial somewhat lacking.
I don’t get the significance of the 2,711 ...
... while and had a ice coffee before heading back to Rickies unit and booked another hire car and made our way to The Berlin Wall memorial. We spend some time walking along the section of wall that had seperated Bernauer street. We visited the vistors center then made our way along the wall with sites where tunnels had been built as well as one section with no mans land. I was rather keen ...
Berlin is a place I have always wanted to come to and have heard so many great things about the life of the city and architecture. Can I say I didn't feel it? I so much wanted to like it but it just felt gritty and grey and utilitarian to me. I think this city must be more about the night life because by day it doesn't really shine, for me anyway. Our first night was in a cool neighborhood called Friedrichshain. Lots of cafes all lined up along the ...
... br> I finished watching Gravity, then watched 12 Years a Slave. Between the movies and blogging this long haul flight across the Atlantic was not so bad.
We're flying over Scotland now with 1 more hour to go to Berlin.
... is a long stretch separating the street and what is now a park between the wall and the river. But what is different about this one is that it's covered in graffiti artwork. I think it looks kind of disrespectful to its history but this did happen a long time ago so I guess it's part of history too. As I got to the other end, there were a lot of people starting to appear. More than just tourists. And they definitely didn't look like tourists. They were all ...