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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... during the war. It is mainly a photographic exhibition which depicts the history of the nazi regime during WWII. Although incredibly sad it was so realistic and quite an eerie incredible to see how photos etc had been preserved. We went to the Berlin Museum which again housed some fascinating history, photos, videos and audio files of both WWII, and the Cold War.We then went to find a NZ cafe called Antipodes however it was closed on Tuesdays! Found a great sushi ...
... right? Back to the roots I guess.
This time around I had places marked on the map, so I just tried to make the most out of my time, and browse the streets for everything. Street art is dominant in the East Side of Berlin, and so were the squats. I had heard about squatting being massive in the city, becoming part of its cultural life, but I had no idea there would be one in every corner.
This was in direct contrast with what I had seen the previous day, ...
... with his girls and we moved into their flat. We went to visit again the next day and got to cuddle Florence for quite some time.When Katrin was well enough to move into the ICC ward they were able to get a family room for the 3 of them. Meanwhile we took care of their flat. At first they hoped to come home by Saturday so we started to make plans for ourselves. While we were in Colmar Joan and Ian mentioned to us that their daughter's boyfriend's parents owned a holiday ...
... Well worth the stroll to see an iconic piece of history.
Tomorrow another train, another country, another currency and another language. We have been on the rails for a week already. Looking forward to what Poland has to offer.
As with all major cities Berlin has a mass of hotels ranging for the cheap to the blinking ridiculous! We chose the Ibis Berlin Ostbahnhof simply because it is located next to the one of the ...
... and built for Gestapo offices in WW2) and back to the hotel.
We have managed to find webstreaming of "Homeland" so have watched that tonight so fully up to speed with everything! Settling in with cups of tea in hand resting up for our mammoth 6 hour train journey to Munich tomorrow.
We have both very much enjoyed Berlin - it has certainly provoked a lot of thought and reflection.
See ya's in Bavaria!!