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Travel Blogs from Berlin
A day of more Nazi Germany awaited us. Again we had Mike as our tour guide taking us out to Sachsenhaussen. This village was very random in the sense that the camp is right there near the edge of the village. After the war the people said they had no idea that it existed, but how could they not when the prisoners were paraded through the town on the way to ...
... I did count a total of five and to be fair I did see a handful of cattle but apart from that, nothing!! A lot of the paddocks were growing some sort of crop but I definitely needed Gav 's expert advice on what they were.
Chap from the States was telling me that farming pigs is popular here but no proof of that to the naked eye. We did however pass a paddock of several wind turbines.....you could have knocked me over with a feather!
... t want to go so Richard took us back because he'd seen it before so mum, grandma and Pauline went. When went down to the sauna when they got back. Richard and Pauline went to a production we went to a restaurant called Casa Italiana I had ricotta and spinach ravioli and a slice of margarita pizza. Mum, Milan, Grandma and I went for a little walk and then we went back to the hotel mum and grandma watched The Heat and Milan and I made a fort out of blankets and pillows. It was ...
23/07/13 - 27/07/13 6hr train from Amsterdam to Berlin, we get on and get told we don't have reserved seats so if someone has a reserved seat we may have to stand the whole way. Thankfully that didn't happen and we were only asked to move a couple of times. We made our way to our hostel which was a nice new one, then we were told that we had been up graded to a private room so it all worked out pretty well for us. It was Jules first time he'd ever stayed in a hostel so it was a pretty ...
... as a memorial to both. Decorated with a horse drawn chariot, the architecture of the gate is quite beautiful and definitely worth the stop.
Spying a restaurant to the side of the plaza, our bellies decided it was lunchtime and I got to try my first 'currywurst’. Apparently after WW2 Indian soldiers left an impression on German cuisine in the form of curry powder. A local ...
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