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... We grabbed audio guides and checked out a few sights in the museum. Unfortunately after about an hour we all decided we weren't super interested in the history the museum had to offer, and that we would rather spend time exploring things we had learned about on the tour earlier that day. So we left and headed to go and see the Holocaust Memorial once again, and explore the part we hadn't seen on our tour. Although it was interesting to see letters that victims ...
... were arrested and street exhibits that honor people who protected people against the SS. For example right outside our bedroom on the street there is a memorial to a couple (Felix & Kathe Tucholla) that help refugees during the Nazi era. They were eventually taken away by the authorities of the time. (See picture out out window)
There were many exhibits of exquisite made models. Please see picture of glass hand made sailing ship.
... not least the controversial events of 1936.
The loyal locals tried their best and created a good atmosphere but in the end game itself was pretty average with Berlin losing 2-0, which was not unexpected.
Leaving the game the beers started to take some effect but we charged on with a brief stop to find an awol member of our group. The night turns a little blurry from that point with more beers and a few smoky bars and a late arrival home.
... chicken came with pita and chips and a garlic dip. We then went to a bar close by and had some drinks and chatted some more. Time flew by. I had no idea where it went, it got late and we said our goodbyes. N and I watched L & N cycle away.
Our first full day was full of galleries. We didn't do a walking tour on this day as a number of them would have been closed the next day which therefore seemed ideal for the ...
... actually realised we had been looking at the wrong building and it was actually open every day. Whoops! We spent an hour or so looking at the exhibit which was again a lot of information about the nazis and other areas of Europe during WWII. So many shocking pictures and personal accounts. From there we walked to the Reichstag to have a look but you can't really get close to it. You can book online to go inside it but there were no time slots left over ...