Graffiti-Tagged Slabs: Thomas Munko and European City
graffiti-tagged slabs: Today, old graffiti-tagged slabs stand as harmless relics, and the long scar of the wall's foundation runs through the bustling intersection, according to Toronto Star. It is also near the posh Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, where I found myself during a recent visit, on a mission to discover how to conquer Berlin already a relatively cheap European city on a tight budget. But after the wall fell, Potsdamer became a major site of celebration and reunification. To get a sense of the city's high-end options, I walked from the Potsdamer U-Bahn station through the plaza and into the lobby of the hotel, where I was greeted by Thomas Munko, its chief concierge. Andreas Meichsner / For the New York Times Munko happens to be born and raised in Berlin an advantage as a concierge, certainly. The Boros Collection, which features contemporary artwork, is housed in a former World War II air-raid shelter. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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