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... which was one of the only buildings left after the bombing of Berlin, then we walked past where Hitler got married and then the next day shot his wife and committed suicide and today it is a ****** carpark then we walked to Checkpoint Charlie which is the only border crossing from the east to the west of Berlin this is where the tour finished and we went shopping and bought a couple of t-shirts and few other this then walked around till about ...
... was even a remodel of a typical German house in the 1960's you could go in...even though it didn't look much different than a house in America would during the same time.
The food in Berlin is very similar to that in Munich. For dinner on Friday we went to the Gaffel Haus where I had sausage and their house beer. On Saturday we went to a brewery called the Berliner Republik. They have around 18 beers on tap, and depending on the popularity of each beer ...
... everyone out of the make shift isle ways that were being created and then we started to hear the sound of a marching band in the distance. It was really neat to see dozens of the Queen's Guard dressed in their iconic red and black uniforms marching in front of the palace. After the band had set up shop behind the gate the mounted guard came past us as well. These officers had incredible silver armor on and they looked incredibly regal on top of their beautiful horses. It ...
... seeing the Berlin Wall. Yet it remains a testament to merely adequate building techniques. While I agree the value of the Mona Lisa is mostly symbolic it at least required some mastery.
The more interesting sights were the abstract monuments. The Jewish Memorial consisted of a large square filled with nearly identical polished stone blocks. Spaces are left between them and they range from being level with the ground to rising above you. ...
... Of course, as time went on, more and more people were tortured by this same regime and even some of those who once believed and followed Hitler's orders began doubting and became victims. The tour was incredibly informative and our guide's knowledge and passion to share this history so people remember, was unbelievable and left us wanting to learn more. Yesterday, we headed to the Topogrophy of Terror museum, set on the site of one of the largest SS interrogation ...