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... of ticket I needed to purchase. Fortunately a very kind transit official helped me out in this endeavour. I took the bus to the U-bahn and then I only had to travel for 2 stops before disembarking into the warm spring sunshine of a Berlin day. So much different then the cold Toronto weather I had left behind.
My room at the hotel wasn't yet ready but I was able to store my luggage there and I headed ...
... and historians from England during their work in various parts of the world and while most of it was probably done legally with the permission of those countries, it does cast an interesting light on the museum. After completing our scavenger hunt and feeling like we made a pretty good dent in this wonderful museum, we decided to head out and make our way to Covent Garden which is an outdoor/indoor market and shopping center.
Covent Garden is a great ...
... engineer, mining engineer and art teacher. They had been friends since before they could walk. Over the next few days these young men would quickly become good friends, a friendship forged in the fire of card games.
For the rest of the day we sat outside, and then inside as it turned into night, playing card games and drinking the outstanding German beer offered by our hostel. I offered to introduce them to a card game I had recently ...
... good but very tiring. After that we got a coffee then walked down to where a small section of the Berlin Wall still stands. That was really interesting, but more interesting was the museum we went to next, the topography of terror. It was literally the most depressing place I've ever been. It outlined all of hitler's racial policies and had pictures and videos of people being hung and shot and terrible stories about war criminals who'd ...
... States and Great Britain were conspiring against the Soviet Union. As for Churchill, he was not present for the closing ceremonies. His party lost in the elections in England, and he was replaced midway through the conference by the new prime minister, Clement Attlee. Potsdam was the last postwar conference of the Big Three.
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