City Guesthouse Pension Berlin
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... off! It was most likely one of the most interesting and powerful museums we'd both ever seen. The main theme behind the entire museum was learning from the past and understanding how power can corrupt so absolutely. The words terror and fascination were at the beginning of the museum, and throughout each display described how Hitler and the Nazis eventually came to power and convinced a nation (most people in it) to view the people that were not like them as a lesser ...
... the store, just to set it on fire! Student: Yes! Teacher: And you can smell them! Student: Yes!
Teacher: I was so angry, and I wanted to get at that student. I said, I am a Jew; can you smell me? Student: ****! I have screwed up! The teacher never told the student that she really wasn't a Jew. She went to the principal and told him ...
... and French mother and who had relocated himself to Berlin. Certainly someone who could bring a unique perspective on the history of this pivotal place. The tour took us through all the highlights of Berlin and Jonathan added a considerable amount of narrative and background history. Berlin is a city that is still evolving. I remember the time of the Iron Curtain and the existence of the Berlin Wall. In fact, we have only reached the 25 year anniversary of ...
... of buses! Some had been made into fire engines, post vans and all sorts of other things. It was quite a collection. They bought a special sign for me for when we get home saying "only VWs to park here".
The surprise of the day for Willow was finding out what the symbol on the steering wheel of their old polo ment. She could never understand why it had a dog and a castle ...
We have had an enjoyable couple of days in the capital city of Germany. There have been many sobering moments as we have visited the many displays and museums focusing on Germany's history prior to and during the war and in the period following with the erecting of the Berlin Wall and it's subsequent fall in 1989. Highlights would have to be Checkpoint Charlie one of the crossing points ...