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A few days ago I past through the city of Nordhausen.
It was the town Gert and I had chosen for our stay overnight which didn't happen because of the accident. We choose Nordhausen by chance as it is roughly halfway between the cities of Mainz (where we were before) and Berlin.
In Nordhausen I found something interesting which I didn’t know. First of all Nordhausen was part of East Germany (or DDR as they called it) and was under ...
... Brian, Kiera, and I chose to venture to the medical history museum in the center of Berlin's science and hospital plaza. Unfortunately we were unable to take pictures there, but the museum contained fascinating historical relics like an iron lung and Watson and Crick's original model of DNA, as well as preserved specimens with medical anomalies. We toured the rest of the plaza and found the hospital to be antiquated ...
... for dinner, we managed to visit the place where The Wall still stands. The exhibition there was a stark reminder of what had happened pretty much over night after the end of the war. High above the exhibition was a viewing platform where you could stand and look down into 'no mans land' complete with the barbed wire and watch tower. This was how o had always pictured it. Even if I'd never fully appreciated that West Berlin was a small, walled off, section of the city ...
... was an eye opener. The picture below shows the location of concentration camps throughout Europe during the war. Over 6 million Jews were killed through the war period.
Needing a little cheering up we cut through a park on our bikes to embrace nature a bit. What we came across wasn’t natural at all. Those naked sunbakers we ...
... mojito that we were able to purchase as takeaway as we all walked our lunch off.
Heading back into the city centre we walked past the famous Fan Mile which is where the majority of Berlin would have watched the World Cup the night previously. They still had news crews set up all around the Brandenberg Gate which was slightly annoying because the Germany team was due to reveal the cup the next morning.
We had learnt earlier that Olaf owned ...
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