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... memorial. As well as more ancient things that have all essentially been rebuilt. I'd have to say the holocaust memorial is one of the best modern art sculptures around that you can be immersed in. At first you thing it looks kinda plain, but then quickly realise you are in over your head, coffins all around you. Pretty bleak. Pretty lifeless. No one around. Pretty isolating. I suppose nothing can really come close to a ...
... right on time and looked in amazement at this immense old building. What was so interesting was that a large section of the front was purposely never altered and the bullet holes from when the Allies arrived at the end of the war were still clearly visable.
Our guide explained the processes in place now to prevent any possibility of anything like what happened then. They have a very democratic system in place and are ...
... of events planned the biggest of which was a stretch of lit balloons stretching 15km along the old route of the wall through the city.
After a nice walk and enjoying some Berlin sun we made our way back uptown to grab some lunch at a local burger bar with the the Kropp's and the Kings. We noticed just how cold it was getting whilst we were eating and wondered how cold tonight would be. Walking home we stopped at "The Dairy" which is a cafe owned by a kiwi ...
... s bunker. Hitler's bunker is just a parking lot now, well, the bunker is still there, you can't get to it or see it though. It is interesting to place it. It is very close to the Holocaust Memorial, like, right next to it in fact.
We had a currywurst somewhere in there, it was a very average culinary experience.
Short stop in Berlin, but a nice one. Next stop Barcelona and catching up with the peeps from home!
... what was seen to be ahead of its time, a hatch-back model called the 630. After a stand-off with the DDR the engineer in charge was told to destroy all the test models and was moved to another site. Two years later the Golf 1 model was launched by VW, and to the amazement of Trabant designers was found to be exactly the same as the 630. How did that happen!
After regrouping we headed down to the Judisches Museum. Documenting 2000 years of German - ...