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Now we came to a stumblestone. These are small brass plates put into the pavement showing where someone lived or worked, were dragged off to concentration camps and how they died during the holocaust. Artist Gunter Demnig has put around 27,000 of these around Europe to so how many lives were affected by the Nazis.
We then found ourselves at the Concert Hall. On each side of the Concert ...
Leaving at 6am this morning to Copenhagen.
Yesterday, we had a mellow day...except for loosing each other on the subway!!!!
We were having conflicts about which line to take...I got on the one that Alois wanted (OK, OK, let's go on the one you want), and even tho he was right behind me, he hesitated and the door closed!
Damn! Through the closed door (partially reading his lips through the class) I ...
A city where hip met history, modern met medieval and... I, E.Ezzy had the best doner Kebap to date. Step outside any one of the metro train stations in Berlin and you will be drawn to the contrasts and quirkiness (not to mention ever little detail inbetween) that this city offers. 72 hours in Berlin was not nearly enough time but gave me a taster ...
Friday 20th & Saturday 21st June - a couple of quiet days, something needed by both Ross and I. I have been struggling with the return of my cold and the realisation our trip is coming to a close, sooner rather than later. On Friday Lisa's parents Ule and Ute arrived from Bonn. I like them very much and am so grateful they have taken Shane under their wings and he has been made so welcome in their family. I know he is loved and well appreciated ...
... Holocaust. To any tourist just walking by this place appears to be nothing more than a wonderful place to play tag, however; it is much more than that to the Germans continuously seeking a way to make up for the heinous acts committed by many of their ancestors.
We went to many buildings which once served as large centers of oppression from the Nazis and the Soviets once they took control of East Berlin. Most of these buildings now function as tax offices funny enough. ...