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... s involvement in a number of social upheavals during the cold war and other incidents since the wall went up and was removed.
After Checkpoint Charlie and a quick stop for lunch we were on our way to Scul-un Leistungssportzentrum Berlin (a school of sports excellence, were the players trial to attend the school). The entire complex was similar to the AIS that we have in Canberra ...
... years. It was due to open in 2011 and is now scheduled to open in 2017. We were also warned on our food tour to watch out for dog poo as Berliners tend not to be relaxed about cleaning it up and also bicyclists, as they are aggressive in Berlin. Almost everyone speaks English as their second language so it is easy to get around and the public transport system is excellent. All announcements on transport are made in German and English. A very livable city for someone who only speaks ...
... Built by Nebuchadnezzar ll in Babylon in 572 BC, it was excavated in the 1920's and brought to Germany in 50,000 pieces. It was reconstructed and you can now walk through the gates just as Alexander the Great would've done. The bricks are a vibrant blue with images of mythical gods. A very special experience indeed.
The highlight of today was attending the Fischers Fritz annual kitchen party. This 2 michelin star restaurant ...
... Here i joined up with a walking tour this time a paid tour – the third Reich tour with europe free walks. We covered the reichstag, the murdered Jews memorial, soviet memorial, the gay
memorial, then the propaganda ministry. We the stopped for a rest just as it started to rain. When the rain stopped we continued on and walked to the wall. This part of the tour i learnt a lot, saw some more ruins and then we caught a train ...
... off at an Arab restaurant for falafel, shawarma meal. Very yum. We then walked back to where we saw the jewish cemetery which dated back to 1276 no graves could be found except for Mendelssohn because the Germans desecrated the site, walking along the street called " The grober hamburger shtraub" the fat hamburger street we saw plaques in the street with names of jewish residents that lived in the buildings of the street and when they were round up and eventually which ...