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... whole thing takes 3 hours and brings you the most luxurious cleansing experience you will ever have. Fantastic. We cycled and played cards...BBQed and shared stories of our travels and their travels... then they headed back home to start work. It was so special to see them and to be able to hug them!!
We enjoyed Germany for all its beauty and landscapes....beer and bratwurst....We finished our time in Berlin which was....somewhat wild and ...
... all different heights which when walking through it causes a feeling of confusion and uneasy. Some say this reflects how the Jews felt in the concentration camps but the memorial is completely open for personal interpretation.
We continued through it and walked to the site where Hitler’s bunker was built and where he committed suicide. It was a very non-descript site as the Germans do not want to make it a tourist attraction. It was never destroyed ...
... churches, and started on a combination of ancient, WW2 and Berlin Wall landmarks and monuments which was awesome. Really great to do this and learn about is history, Once the tour finished, we went to the topography of terror, potsdamer platz, and around the back of the river and museum island, before heading home (via a Currywurst-chopped ...
... 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 ...
... the colourful interior. It would have once been spectacular! It's still is, don't get me wrong... After this, Paul and I stopped for lunch outside the Berliner Dom. We packed a picnic of vegetable spaghetti and museli bars which were pretty good. And then walked up to the Altes museum, which is the old museum. It's exterior is so beautiful and grand, we had to go inside. This museum was full of Ancient Greek and roman art work ...