ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... loved by some, hated by others. The last section of the tour focused on the site of Hitlers former bunker, and then a huge block of buildings used by the SS and Gestapo, which no-one seemed to be able to bomb, despite 85% of the city being destroyed. The Topography of Terror museum was next, then we caught the subway to the Berlin Wall Memorial, which has one of the few remaining sections of the wall. Three very big ...
... were often told to do completely unnecessary things for the guards' amusement, such as rolling on the ground. Roll call had to be done to ensure no prisoners escape and they were all accounted for. If there was someone missing, the men would have to stay standing at attention without moving until that person was found. This could be days of standing in whatever the weather conditions were. Men would frequently drop down and die during roll calls. The prisoners learned to make ...
... to the famous Brandenburg Gate (of Brandenburg Tor). While wonderfully maintained, it's hard to imagine the amount of history associated with this monument (from Napoleon to being a demarcation point between east and west Berlin). The makes the several 'cosplayers' we observed (bear costumes, several different military uniforms, even 80's youth) entertaining and taking pictures with the assembled crowd somewhat comical. We also stopped ...
... station as there was a few of us but we all made it on, no one left behind. We got off at Alexanderplatz which had a huge Christmas market. Up the road we walked till we got to Hofbrau Berlin, the brew house. Was a huge place and were seated at a long table just as some other people from our group were leaving. We all ordered lunch and some local brew. A few of us including me ordered Einsbein which is their local pork knuckle and a popular dish, and Joel ...
... at a
local grocery store and a couple of beers and I’m updating the blog and packing
for an early departure in the morning to Berlin. Hopefully I won’t be lost and unable to
contact the person who’s renting my apartment there, but I’m arriving at 8:00
am instead of 9:45pm on a Sunday night.
I’m sure it will be fine.
Thanks for visiting my blog.
I’ll post something new in ...