ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
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... já viu "O Pianista" saberá do que falo). Não nevou assim tanto para que se tenha acumulado nas estradas, já que os carros as vão "lavrando", mas nos passeios vai-se vendo a mistura de neve com terra, sujidade e não sei mais o quê, numa mistela castanha que os habitantes locais detestam. Como estrangeiro que sou, considero isto um pequeno preço a pagar pelo espectáculo de ver nevar, mas esta gente não sabe o bom que tem e deseja apenas mudar-se para um país ...
... runways, play soccer, fly kites, etc, and the terminal building, along with a few planes, is still intact. I’m sure you could also hire it out as a drag strip because the runway would be perfect for it. The place had been setup to be an Olympics Live Site, as we had planned to watched the closing ceremony there, but because it started so late (10pm local time), we got bored and left to find something to eat. We went to ...
... visit one of the museums in museum island and also the Berlin history museum (distinctive feature is having marble walls). I will definitely check that out if I come back to Berlin. Next, went to East Side Gallery where part of the Berlin wall still exist and flowered with gorgeous and inspiring graffiti on the wall. Worth a visit here definitely. Fourth day, went to visit sachsenhausen concentration camp located just outside Berlin city ...
... was a tour based on Communist Berlin and the GDR (the old East Germany). This was yet another great tour that took you back in time to the life behind the Berlin Wall. Definitely another eye opening and enriching experience!
For a city that has such a short history in relative terms to other European cities there is such a concentration of history, history which we have all seen or learnt about to some degree. In addition to this, ...
... was built in the 1970's as a combination U-Bahn train station and nuclear fallout shelter for over 3,000 people. It's still operating as a train station and was only recently decommissioned as a fallout shelter. When a train is sitting on the tracks at the platform, there are sets of airlock doors in the back wall of the station that line up with the trains doors. The trains were actually intended to be a part of the living space of the shelter. On ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed