Hotel Pension Streuhof Berlin
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... This is where Hitler killed himself before the Germans were forced to surrender WWII. Now, the location is memorialized-or lack there of-by being transformed into a parking lot for private residents. After the fact, not even Germans like Hitler. Along the next block stands the only Nazi administration building that still stands from bombing. It was the headquarters for the Nazi Air Force, the Luftwaffe, but now it's a bank. A little farther down the road ...
... of us got together and created our own little tourgroup. It consisted of Joel, me, Carli, Anja, Amanda, Gemma, Mitch, Graham, Alyce and Emily. I had our handy navigation and info on the nexus so was elected tour guide. Fun times ahead.
We decided to head back to the Topography of Terror and walked through the museum which went into a lot of detail regarding how Hitler came into power, how things changed in Germany and how they expanded into Europe. There ...
I’ve had a great stay in Copenhagen. It was different than I expected, but my
newfound understanding of it doesn’t diminish it in any way. I could have played it safe and stayed in the
city center in an expensive hotel and I would have been insulated from Danish
society in most ways. Instead I chose an
apartment in the Norrebro area which is a bus ride and a Metro ride to the
attractions. And it was worth it. ...
... teams' colours. There was one guy on a microphone leading the crowd in chants. Everyone knew the chants and the actions that went with them and I found myself watching them a lot more than I watched the game!
Coming from a sporting background I took a lot of notice in how the event was run. There was no music and no announcements or half time field entertainment. The game itself was the spectacle and the only thing they showed on the big screen were advertisements ...
... 10 degrees and started to rain, so we turned and headed back - cycling like pro's and made our way home to get out of our wet clothes. When we got home, we found our Australian neighbours locked out, so invited them up and they gave us some supplies for my massive blister in return. Nice couple from Sunshine Coast in their 50s. After my surgery, we got showered and dressed and headed out to the recommended German ...