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... accompanied the two wars that had taken place on its soil. Standing on the remnants of the former Gestapo Headquarters of Berlin, Topographie of Horrors, a chillingly interesting exhibition about the effects of WWII on the city made me shudder to think of the carnage that had taken place within the last century at my feet. Although this exhibition was free, a lot like it weren’t and neither Mattijs nor I were keen to splurge on tourist trap attractions, of which there were ...
... only electric cars by 2040 and in Munich, one museum is renovating to become energy efficient. All houses these days attempt to meet Passivhaus standards, with buildings made to be energy efficient. All things necessary if we are to prolong the life of the planet. Australia is definitely FAR behind in these energy efficient standards.
We are both very excited to visit Germany, particularly ...
... wasn’t too bad.
As we walked around the streets, I was surprised to notice how similar the city resembles cities in Australia. It was probably the most Australian looking city we have so far been to.
The rest of the evening consisted of watching MotoGP qualifying in the hotel’s bar/lounge over a couple of beers. We booked a bike tour with Fat Tire Bicycle tours for the following day so we could see the sights of Berlin with the ...
... beer, while following 'the Mexican' who organizes the event that was on his bicycle and wagon filled with empty beer bottle from späti to späti
At around midnight and roughly seven Späti later we decide to head home, but not without taking a detour with the most sketchiest area id ever been to, it was an abondoned bombed out train station turned into electro, punk rave houses. As we walked we just heard the bass and thump from these abandoned ...
... out the Brandenburg Gate and then attempted to visit the Reichstag building, where the German parliament meets. When we got there we discovered that you had to book tickets and there was a huge queue to do so. I decided to chance the queue and stood there while the impatient boys took a walk around the outside of the building instead. The queue wasn't so bad, I befriended an older Canadian man who was in front of me and we discussed Australia and Canada and his travels ...