Hotel Pension Streuhof Berlin
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... back to our dormitories. I was looking forward to laying down on my bed in my room but i wasnt excited at all about being back in Kassel. I had left a small part of my heart in Berlin.
Berlin was beyond amazing not just because of the landmarks we saw, the pictures we took, the parties and the adventures, but more importantly, it was incredible because of what it did to us; new and stronger friendships with unbelievable and unforgettable memories.
... be seen! We then went to a statue of Lady Liberty that was originally by the Reichstag, but Hitler moved it. There were some pictures around the bottom that had previously been stolen by the French during a war, and had only recently been returned after they were "found" in the Louvre. There are still a few missing though! Further down this road we saw the old summer palace of the Prussian Royal Family, which is now the home of the German President (not Chancellor!) Our next ...
... at 9:00 exhausted from walking all over Berlin.
The following day, I sat by a man from California on the train. We were discussing Berlin and some of the sights we had seen. His elementary children made an excellent observation that I didn't catch. At the Berlin Wall they had pictures showing the area and people during that time period. All the pictures were in black and white which made the subject of the Wall seem like it ...
... Platz and up Vosstrasse where Hitler's new Reich Chancellery once stood. The site of the Fuhrerbunker is now a car park, but an information board recognises the site. Over the years, it has been a rich controversy as to what to do with it. Attempts to blow it up failed, and suggestions to keep it open as a memorial site were rejected. So it was sealed and left locked up underground. One day, I guess it will be opened again, but not today.
The story of Hitler's final ...