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... including a watch tower. I spent around an hour and a half in this area.
Checkpoint Charlie was probably the least impressive sight for me on the tourist trail, the area is very busy and due to it's location in the middle of the road it is hard to stop amidst the flow of people and cars to get a good photograph. There is however a museum (£) which provides more information- I chose not to go into this. There is also the free ...
... where many Nobel prize winners have studied and taught, including Einstein. In front of the Law Faculty building is also where a famous book burning occurred in 1933, carried out by students of the University who were in favour of Hitler's views. They burned books of all authors whose writing our backgrounds did not line up with Nazi ideals e.g. Jews, Communists, homosexuals etc. There was also an art installation undergound, with a bit of plexi-glass in the concrete showing ...
... were murderred at. From here we stopped at the " new synagogue and read about its building and it's eventual destruction and we also walked up to its glass dome top to see the sights of Berlin Overall we had a very spiritual day - one that we will not forget but found it a good day We are now back at hostel Sawicz,s doing their washing and morris and I just sitting enjoying the stillness but warm evening Soon we will go to bed as we leave for Prague at 8.46 Today's steps 30794 ...
... loved (Similar to my first turkish doner kebap). How Berlin came to alter my top 3 favourite cities in the world to date can be seen in the 7 stunningly simply points below. 1. The history is relevant, recent and real. Adolf Hitler? The Berlin Wall? World War II? Surely it takes you back to year 9 History and not taking in a word of it. Guilty. ...
... spinach and meat) in a bouillon broth (there's actually a name for this but I really am bad at German).
Basically, the food was fantastic and somehow my German heritage makes sense. I never felt German until I went there and saw that they understood me on a spiritual level with food. Delicious!
Moving on, I actually did other things than eat. I stayed with my friend and her family in the north of Berlin in ...