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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... where we were standing. So much went down right where we were and not even that long ago, it is mind blowing to try and wrap your head around it all. Next we walked on the original part of the Berlin wall. There are lots of photos and documents which help to inform everyone a little more about the wall. It was pretty incredible how they just divided families and they had no choice. So many people attempted to get over that wall and so many died trying. When it first ...
... objects from back then. We also saw ‘Station Z’... This is where about 50,000 prisoners were murdered. They were either gunned down against a firing wall in a bunker, gassed in a gas chamber or people with valuables, (wedding rings, gold teeth etc) on them were shot in the back of the neck unknowingly while having their height measured in a so called "medical examination". Station Z was built on not so solid ground and the ...
... many stations with lots of buildings in disrepair, many of them majestic old buildings that appear to have been abandoned for a long time.
Have just passed thru Dresden and picked up more passengers en route to Berlin. Dresden is quite a large City with diverse architecture from extremely old ruins to modern commercial buildings. The suburbs of Dresden appear to stretch for over 10klms. Next stop Berlin.
We have had 2 separate visits by Police since we started ...
... Erbsuppe. The name seemed familiar and we decided it might be a thick pea soup like a similarly named dish that we have tried in the Netherlands a couple of times. It also came with a sausage, apparently. We ordered two bowls and they were absolutely delicious – real wholesome, cold weather food to help keep the winter at bay. We made a careful note of where the stall was because we thought we might want to find it again.
Last year, one of our favourite stalls was a ...
... around the many streets of Berlin, and took a quick break at Alexanderplatz by the TV tower to grab on-the-go beers for the walk over to the Berlin wall.
While on the way we stopped by a traditional Beer hall to pick up more specialty beers, and when we got close to the wall, the group stopped by a supermarket to buy food for a picnic on the river next to the Berlin Wall. With the sun shinning, good food and even better beer, it was a perfect afternoon next to ...
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