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... from other parts of the world who have chosen to make it their home and we can certainly understand why. With so much history to take in as well as great neighborhood pockets with shops and cafes, one could easily spend weeks or months there and never have a dull moment. We are committed to being back in Berlin at some point, it is just too good to only visit once.
Now we’re off to hop on the Autobahn and see more of Germany! Until next time…David & ...
... get the message across. I was trying to ignore the fact that I had about 10 minutes to get to the bus station that was much more than 10 minutes away. A traffic jam did not stop my taxi driver from zipping in and out of traffic at high speed. By this stage my fear of missing the bus seemed to outweigh my fear of having a car accident. He didn't seem to mind speeding, but driving on the tram tracks was a big NO-NO...when I suggested this option he indicated that the ...
... is not forgotten or repeated. That being said, concentration camps are really an odd experience. It's such a strange feeling knowing what has happened on the grounds you're walking on and in the buildings you go through.
After returning to the city, we were free for the afternoon. Krys and I headed to Hofbrauhaus to get chicken that we've been craving since being at HB at Oktoberfest in 2009-CB we were thinking of you! After that we decided to ...
... began to settle in, bells rang and rang and rang everywhere. It was really nice to hear them all. We decided that whilst everyone was having a night in with their families, Paul and I were going to have a night out on the town.. True Christmas Eve style.. Pity not much was open. We caught the train to friedrichshain, had a wander around at this once bustling suburb of Berlin. Now it was completely quite with not too many people in sight. Still we wandered until ...
... get your passport stamped all the different authorities from that period. Next to Hitlers Bunker. There's nothing to see there not but some information on his time in it and it's size and what it had inside. (Weird, same place Hitler stood, feeling)
After that we headed down Wilhemstrasse to a Topography of Terror. It's a small remaining section of the Berlin wall which is over some derelict torture rooms used by the nazis. There's a whole wealth ...