Kushinda Elberfelderstr

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A travel blog entry by 3musketeers on Jul 27, 2014

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... and had to meet them at their next stop. However, it was so dull we ended up sneaking off an hour into it after we spotted a sign for cocktail happy hour - we clearly had our priorities right!! After having pizzas with friends from home, we got the train back to our hostel, then back to the station ready for our night train. We were excited, expecting an amazing nights sleep. Munich, we're coming to get ya!! (By ...

Tour Day 20

A travel blog entry by davo19 on Jan 12, 2014

Breaky 8, Coach 8:30 Left @ 8:45 Arrived Dresden 11:15 Had Caesar salad at cafe Walked around a little. Not much open die to it being Shnday. Met at Martin Luther statue @ 1:15 Meg's told us about Martin Luther (started Protestant church) Took us to a murel of princes of Dresden, heaps of tiles. Only thing to survive bombings in ...

Nuremberg & Berlin: Nazi’s & the Future is N

A travel blog entry by travellingross on Oct 11, 2013

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... know a lot more about the “National Socialist era” as they delicately put it. And they did have a good video doco on the court trials with photos, evidence, and even photos of the 12 Nazi leaders hanged following their guilty verdict – their photos proving they were dead with the noose still around their neck laying on a table! The grounds are huge too and time was short given we (Jen) still had to drive 400+ km’s to Berlin. So we walked to the main ...

Gianni Says Good-bye

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 12, 2013

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... Hitler. We went via the Brandenburger Tor, a pretty iconic symbol of Berlin.

We also walked partly through the park in the centre of a Berlin. Huge and dotted with ponds and various statues - this one commemorating four composers. One was Beethoven for sure - I can't remember who the others were.

The von Stauffenberg memorial is in the actual courtyard of the building where the ...

Berlin!! A step back into recent history

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Jul 10, 2013

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... is smoking and you stink after that. Later Marcel and I went to this other bar to dance. There were probably 6 different rooms playing different music. You could just move from room to room. It was a fun place to go:) Saturday we slept in a bit then went to see the largest stretch of the Berlin Wall. It had graffiti and art along the whole thing. Some of the images were really interesting. It was also interesting to learn that the wall had many ...