ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
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... we stay politely silent.
At Checkpoint Charlie - now the name of a U-bahn station - the history is closer and is still being made, manufactured even. Actors dressed in the uniforms, hats and heavy great coats of US military of the time, with a big US flag, pose in front of sandbags and the old checkpoint hut, for a fee.
Three rival museums face off at the junction where U.S. and Red Army tanks faced off and later crowds gathered to demand an end to the divide. At ...
... decent amount of rain falling n chilly so suited up n borrowed umbrellas from the hotel. Off to our first stop just across the river to the Palace of Tears. We were happy to get out of the cold wind n rain. Pretty interesting exhibit about the division between east n West Berlin. We r
staying right at Freidrichstrasse which was a main control point between the two Berlins. Interesting that we r right in the thick of it.
-retrieved our umbrellas n off ...
... which produced marginal photographs and that’s being generous to the quality of an Instamatic photograph, and sadly, I have none of those photographs with me to share with you for a compare and contrast exercise.
With that, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie today:(captions)
Astride the old Wall site sits a museum to the SS and the "terrors" Hitler's killer soldier squadrons perpetrated during his 13-year reign. In these first photographs ...
... the U-Bahn to the zoo at the end of TierGarden. We wanted to actually go into the zoo but we jumped on the 100 bus instead. We sat upstairs and got a pretty good view until we hopped off at the Victory Monument. We had a look and then Maddy wanted to go to the playground we went to yesterday so we walked through the park (initially the wrong way) until we found the playground. We played for ...
... we set ourselves up right beside a fence. We didn't realize at the time, but on the other side of the fence was the nude part of the beach, to which I commented, this fence is today's version of the Berlin Wall! At night, we met up with Chris and a friend and the 5 of us went to a bar and as per usual, we had a great time.
Sunday was a day we had been looking forward to since we decided to go to Germany. Throughout this blog, we've talked about ...