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... to sit there for about 3 years.
By the time I left the memorial people were crying.
Now I'm a happy, easy going, guy. I don't come on holiday to be made sad, but sometimes if you are near something so spectacularly honest you must go.
One of the stories really moved me, it would take too long to relate here, you really just have to go and visit.
Checkpoint Charlie is ...
... at the time. Horrifying but gratifying that it hasn't been forgotten or swept under the rug.
V to the A:
I am falling in love with this city, truly. While I very much enjoyed visiting Paris, and Rome a few years ago, Berlin is a European city that I'll make an active effort to return to. There are many, many more things here that I would like to see, and the energy and vibrancy feel very familiar to me. There arts/culture options are numerous ...
... Finally set berlin in tommy and searched for a campsite. None in the centre of the city so we based ourselves on the outskirts. Tired and travel exhaustion kicked in, all off to bed, big sightseeing day tomorrow! Campsite Sooooo quiet.... But pretty good facilities, and no trucks starting at 4am to wake us hopefully. Milestone reached today Since turkey we have had nicks iPod playing on shuffle as we couldn't find anything ...
... the Nazi ideology. Perhaps it is more expected that these individuals would deny knowledge of the mass murders than the general public. Yet the trend demonstrated by these officials who participated in the Wannsee Conference repeats itself in the German public following World War II. Many of the bystanders of the Holocaust claimed that they never witnessed these mass killings or concentration camps, nor suspected them. They cannot ...
... alternative culture, diversity and night owl stamina! They have not been shackled by their mind-numbing history. (Lonely Planet)-it is harder to find people who speak English than in Iceland & the Faroe Is.-Berlin is flat and very walkable; the Metro is extensive and confusing.-the river was really nice and the mix of old and new was very interesting.-the bullet holes in the columns was striking