ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where my phone decided to die!! Such an inconvenience! I was pretty exhausted so fell asleep almost immediately when I got back to the hotel.
My first full day in Berlin was absolutely jam-packed with two walking tours. The first was a general tour of Berlin. I saw so many things, the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe to name a few. It's crazy how much history there is in the city, literally everywhere ...
... were well treated while they worked ******* all the jobs, including building houses for the guards all around the camp. These prisoners were here to "rehab" and were under "protective custody" according to the SS guards.
Since all of this was legal according to Hitler's government, the prisoners were marched out to their work sites each day through the town of Oranienburg where the camp sat. Sometimes civilians would leave bits of food hidden for the prisoners to ...
... education to the army to security. It was really interesting; compared to wages things like food and rent were really cheap but colour TVs were four years wages. It was such a weird eerie place. After the museum we were very hungry and went in search of food. The area we walked through was basically all huge monuments and museums so the only restaurant we found was a really expensive museum cafe. We walked back the way we came and ...
... met mike (guy we hung out with in krakow) at his friends hostel for a couple of beers and a good old chat! Thursday 15th - this morning we went on a walking tour about the Cold War. Our guide was Barnaby from the uk, he was probably the best guide we have had yet! The tour went for 4hrs going all over the city, on and off trains/trams and walking around. We visited former crossing points, learnt about the palace of tears, the admiralspalast, east Germany's first seat of power, ...
... of us got together and created our own little tourgroup. It consisted of Joel, me, Carli, Anja, Amanda, Gemma, Mitch, Graham, Alyce and Emily. I had our handy navigation and info on the nexus so was elected tour guide. Fun times ahead.
We decided to head back to the Topography of Terror and walked through the museum which went into a lot of detail regarding how Hitler came into power, how things changed in Germany and how they expanded into Europe. There ...