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The GIFT of life.

A travel blog entry by andytek on Jun 02, 2015

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Today was a very special day. One of the two reasons we came to Germany was fulfilled today. Objective: To be here for the arrival of Camilla's second child and our 4Th Grandchild.

The whole event started early yesterday (Monday) evening. Camilla lay down in the afternoon and really did not feel for eating. She had a bath after supper and then said "I need to go NOW to the hospital".Ava was born within 2 hours of her arriving ...

Berlin (12/1)

A travel blog entry by the_wes on Jan 12, 2015

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... over the border, I noticed a lot of wind power farms. Each farm would have at least 10 wind mills, these Germans do love there renewable energy sources. The trip took about 4hrs, so I relaxed and watched a movie on my iPad, as I watched the landscape fly by. We arrived in Berlin on a wet and dark afternoon. After checking in, we dropped our bags off and headed down ...

Berlin, this time without The Wall.

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Oct 01, 2014

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... loved by some, hated by others. The last section of the tour focused on the site of Hitlers former bunker, and then a huge block of buildings used by the SS and Gestapo, which no-one seemed to be able to bomb, despite 85% of the city being destroyed. The Topography of Terror museum was next, then we caught the subway to the Berlin Wall Memorial, which has one of the few remaining sections of the wall. Three very big ...

Reunited with my German

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

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... graffiti paint for the blocks in fact were the suppliers for the gas that was used in the concentration camps. That is too close to home…….

A small walk from the memorial was another interesting site. A pretty ordinary car park was occupied by many people and tour guides. We read an information sign that informed us this car park is built on top of the bunker that Hitler himself resided in and the exact bunker he committed suicide in April ...

World War II & New German Pride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

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... this museum lies is where only 70 years ago people were brutally tortured and forced to give up information of their loved ones. Hitler used the term "protective custody" for the millions of people he sent to interrogation and concentration camps. This way civilians thought these people were being looked after when in reality they were being tortured and killed. This is just one of the many lies and forms of propaganda used to ensure followers of Hitler would remain as such. ...

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