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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... door from Hanoi, Vietnam to Berlin was more than 24 hours.
We are very grateful to our friend Chris from Toronto who is now living in Berlin. He met us on the platform with freshly squeezed orange juice and sweet strawberries. Chris took the time to help us get the best train tickets for the month we will be in the city and brought us right to the flat we will be staying in for 25 days. This flat is really nice and much larger than ...
... the German government turned the camp into a museum to remember the communist members who died within the camp. They did not even mention the other societies. Today, it is to remember all who were effected, but there is still a column that has 16 red triangles for the 16 regions that lost communist members. I didn't really take any pictures here; it didn't feel appropriate. I learned more than I could ever want to ...
... Murdered Jews of Europe
The Site of Hitler’s Former Bunker
Hilter's spent the last 4 mths of his life underground due to the constant raiding. He decided to commit suicide there when he knew he was defected. Cowardly man, dying in a cowardly manner..
This is likely the last nazi building that survived the war and the Berlin Cold War. Still used today as ministry of finance it is riddled with bullets and bombings that it survived. ...
... headed back. At this stage I'm kinda fed up with
Europe. It's too expensive and I'm not seeing anything that exiting.
London was cool and I would go back there, but I think I've already
seen the highlights of Europe in previous trips. Maybe we need to
head somewhere completely different. After this I'm pretty sure I
don't want to get a job in Germany. The people are kinda rude, the
weather is **** and its dirty. Maybe if the weather was better ...
In my previous blog I shared the story of the sign I received from the ancient oracle during my visit to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Well, the magical presence of the butterfly totem did not end with my visit to Greece. In all of the other countries I was to visit on this particular European tour, I would encounter butterflies at every sacred site, and during special moments I shared with significant others.
The miracle ...