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I made it! I left the first stage of my trip behind me. Berlin!
Spending the night in Berlin with my friends Awa and her boyfriend Adrian was definitely a great idea! Awa is a Spanish student from Barcelona and she is doing an AIESEC internship with Volkswagen in Germany. I met her for the first time when I picked her up from the airport and it was not long until we ...
... next to my hotel was the last stop before crossing the border. My German friend Mirko remembers being ten years old and visiting family in East Berlin, surrounded by scary soldiers wielding massive guns. Checkpoint Charlie reminds you of the US's involvement. The Wall was a physical and symbolic boundary between democracy and Communism during the Cold War.
What a day it must have been when it came down. Today, there is a ...
... this time a Londoner with an electro-rock band called The Gecko - to see the sites of Berlin. Despite being levelled in the war, there's still a lot surviving (and rebuilt) of the old architecture, including a stunning example of Nazi architecture (yes, it's a style!) that actually survived all the bombing. Lots of memorial gardens and buildings as you might imagine.
... the angle varied, so that when you looked down a long row, they all appeared to be leaning a bit, left or right, but at different angles. Some were set squarely in the ground, others had a slope at the base, being set on a slope. The centre of the monument field is much lower than the outer extremities ... the further you go into it, the deeper it become ..... As one looked down the rows of monoliths, they seemed to close in on you. You could see straight ahead, but not around ...
... remaining watchtower. I got lucky - it was open when I got there and for three euros and fifty cents I got to climb up and get the same view border guards would have got between 1961 and 1989. A step ladder goes half way up to a platform before changing to another ladder to a hatch and the interior of the tower. A further hatch (locked when I was there) allowed guards to climb onto the roof. I had found it a couple of days before and decided purely on the spur of the moment to ...