1618 Herberge Berlin
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Day 3 Thurs 03/07/14
*We sign up to a walking tour of Berlin’s famous Stadmitte. We figure, driving in the truck much of the time, the last thing we need is to be sat on a sightseeing bus.
* We navigate the underground system to reach the meeting point for the walk. The Berlin network is comprehensive & easy to use. It's also a great way to observe city life.
* The Insider ...
... The tour of the camp was actually phenomenal. The guide knew so much about history, politics, inequalities and racism, and you could tell he really enjoyed learning. He even emailed a reading list of books that he mentioned throughout the tour. The camp is one of the firsts in Germany and was used mostly for political enemies at the time. Later, all other groups that were impacted by the Nazis were also moved to this camp. ...
... glass in the ground that shows empty bookshelves that were full of books until this time. Another spot we visited was the area where Hitler's underground bunker is. There is only a sign and no public entrance to the bunker. As you walk through the streets of Berlin, there are markers that were placed in memory of those Jewish people who lost their lives. On Sunday morning, we went and toured the Jewish ...
... waffles and fries - needless to say, I loved the food here. Ths hostel that I stayed at was literally 20 steps from grand place - th central sqquare, which at night is absolutely beautiful. I met so many amazing people at this hostel. We pretty much all went out together, every night I was there. We also got yelled at by the owner, because apparently it's the first time in 4 years the guests pushed all the tables together so we could all play games. Brussels is also the home ...
After a beautiful night with the Berlin gang, Paul, Juls and I slept in until after 11 today!
We have been sleeping so much lately, it's been really nice, but perhaps a little lazy?
After a nice breakfast of leftovers and a great chat to nana w on the phone, we ventured into town to explore Gendarmenmarkt Square and check point Charlie.
I copied this excerpt from Berlin.de...'The Gendarmenmarkt is ...