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Hallo from Berlin
Well it feels a little controversial heading to Berlin, Germany after just being in Kraków, Poland. It was a similar uncomfortable feeling going to Hawaii from Tokyo and seeing Pearl Harbour. It certainly connects the dots in history.
In order to efficiently see the history of Berlin, we did a brilliant walking tour on our second day to see all the main sights. If you don't care for quick history lesson, skip down to dollar ...
... to the crowds when the war was declared over, left me with goosebumps and tears in my eyes. The looks on Londoners faces, such elation and joy at the news of the victory, and yet with such turbulent dark days to follow. More turbulent and dark days of course in Berlin itself.
A few things I read in the museum and on the street displays pretty much sums it up: "The second world war began in September, 1939 with the German invasion of Poland. Over 60 ...
The group gathers for dinner to share stories about our various adventures. The restaurant is just a couple of blocks from our hotel: Wilhelm Hoeck, founded in 1892. Some of the original waitresses are still there! (Just kidding, but you might think so from the speed of the service.) The menu is not expensive, and features traditional German cuisine. Quite a few order Bratwurst and Sauerkraut. Apple strudel for dessert, of ...
Had a very nice tour of Third Reich and current German government sites today. Our guide Ryan was from Scotland and had a degree in German history. He came to Berlin 8 years ago and decided to stay. He was very informative about WWII facts was well as Cold War insights. It is interesting how the two events are interwoven. Without the First World War we wouldn't have had a Second World War and without a Second World War we wouldn't have had ...
... since the camp was liberated in 1945...a very sobering experience. The rest of my time in Munich, however, was anything but sobering! Given my now well-documented partialness to a brew or two, it will come as no surprise that I devoted an entire day to a 'self-guided' tour of some of Munich's famed beer gardens (biergartens) and beer halls (bierhaus)! I had to limit myself to one stein at each, in part to limit the damage to my wallet, but mostly to preserve my capacity ...