ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... memorial, we walked to a dirt parking lot and stopped. Our guide told us that it was the very spot where Hitler's bunker was, and in fact the area where, by Hitler's orders, his guards burned his body after he committed suicide. There is absolutely nothing there. They filled in the bunker and destroyed everything around it so it is just a parking lot for the nearby apartments. They don't want anyone to honor him nor pay respects anywhere. To see the complete 180 ...
... we did realize, outside of diplomats and government officials, we were going where few went and then only on business, and certainly no tourists simply looking to see what was on the other side.
This day it wasn't a circus or a zoo; it was a carnival with all the bright lights, flashing signs, bells and whistles; the only thing missing was the cotton candy stand. The full tourist hustle was on.
The checkpoint hut is authentic if not original, ...
... It made for a very pleasant afternoon. Seeing the famous TV tower (located in Alexanderplatz) in the distance I decided to walk back to our hostel via the tower. It took me about an hour to walk back and after a quick stop to pick up a late lunch, I arrived back around 4pm.
For our last night in Berlin we thought we'd have some traditional German food at a nearby pub. I had my heart set on schnitzel and Steven decided to got some sort ...
... these sorts of events it's more the occasion. We were out at a pub that while not exactly touristy was not exactly homely. But certainly plenty of German fans around. The atmosphere was pretty good as it probably always is over here when Germany plays. I sometimes wonder whether there was a similar feeling of victory when news of Germany defeating France or Russia meant quite a bit more than advancing to the next round of ...
... and see if the underground part was open, it was, but there was a queue. Ben was ready to give it a miss but the line was short so we convinced him to stayed. Lucky he did, because it only took 10mins or so to get in in the end and it turned out that the delay was just due to the security screening.
As you would expect, the memorial was very moving. The underground section is made up of about 5 rooms which follows the stories ...