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... the metro. We then stopped by Checkpoint Charlie where of course i as an overly-patriotic American took a picture with the American flag. In case you dont know, Checkpoint Charlie was the main crossing checkpoint between East and West Berlin during the separation of Germany. It felt pretty cool to be in all these places that had so much history within them. Afterwards, we headed to Potsdamer Platz to grab some quick and cheap food. After walking around some more ...
... Terrors. We also saw a whole bunch of the same type of car pass by while we were here, which were apparently the cars made in East Berlin. These cars were mostly made out of some synthetic polymer as there was not enough steel in East Berlin, and they were fitted with cheap 2 stroke engines, so they didn't go very fast! Next we biked around the corner to an old guardtower, which used to be stationed between the two walls. Eventually the wall was upgraded to a 2m brick wall, and ...
... as well as the remarks of one of the Holocaust survivors. The survivor continued to say, "Don't believe what they are saying! It is all lies! They still hate us! They would kill us today, given the opportunity!"
The teacher gave a story that she had experienced.
Teacher: I arrived at school one morning, and on my way, I ...
... about the scene.
On the tour we got a look at the restroom and washing room. The restroom contained about 20 toilets. Prisoners would get to go twice a day. 200 - 300 would go at the same time. This was the same for bathing. The wash room had two big round sinks in which the prisoners would crowd around to wash in cold water. Due to the amount of people rushing to use the facilities ...
... the nineteenth century ) towards the Brandenburg Gate. At the lights, I jumped out and ran faster than I have done in years to get The Photo, and then sprinted to rejoin Red, who had to park riskily round the corner. It all worked splendidly, but I was worryingly puffed.
After regaining my breath, we parked next door to the Tiergarten, the big park in central Berlin. Dodging the many runners, we made our way to a building known as the Bendlerblock, which was the Headquarters ...