Apartments am Brandenburger Tor
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Very spacious and comfortable apartment. Our apartment in level 7 has a good view, with two bedrooms its perfect for a family. There are lots of restaurants and cafes around. The Jewish memorial is just behind the apartment, and the Brandenburg Gate is one block away 5mins walk.
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Today was another travel day, we left our apartment at 8.30am, in 45mins we found ourselves at the airport, which was very busy with a level of disorganisation. But all went well, we travelled on an Airbelin flight, in a modern airbus A320. The flight was comfortable and quick only 2 hours, we arrived in Berlin just after 2pm, to a very over cast …
... and we grabbed a few photos of the art painted on the panels. Unfortunately, graffiti has damages some really nice artwork. In fact, much of Berlin has been tagged with graffiti. We also stopped at a recreated representation of Checkpoint Charlie, as well as the Holocaust Memorial, and other locals. One of the more interesting sites required more reading than photo taking, the Topography of Terror. Located on the site, where between 1933 and 1945, the central institutions ...
... possibility if they were brave enough, to steal food.
This camp had a gas chamber as another way of murdering prisoners. When the time was decided to kill the prisoners, they were either told to go take a shower or to go have a medical checkup. The Nazis wanted to make sure their guards were protected from having to see the faces of the people they murdered, and both of these methods helped with this. When a prisoner was told to go have a medical checkup, they entered a ...
Today I got up early and took the train to Orienburg to visit the former Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp which is now a museum and memorial. Sachsenhausen was built in the summer of 1936 with prison labour from other camps. Between 1936-1945 more than 200 000 people were imprisoned in Sachenhsusen, many never leaving. After evacuation ...
... protest with a crowd of people lying down. We not sure what their protest was about except it had something to do with the ground. We later photobombed the back of a reporter. We could have been famous in Germany. On the tube back into the central part some young musicians hopped on the train singing 'when the saints go marching in’. Was very festive and fun.
We had hoped that the central Christmas markets had a ferris wheel that Carli and Anja ...