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... World War. The Germans have gone to great lengths to leave memorials that remember the fallen and the futility of war, but have either demolished or destroyed anything that could be used to glorify the Nazi practices. We stood on top of the bunker where Hiller and his mistress committed suicide. That is now a car park and the bunker has been filled with concrete. A small sign was the only mention of where we were. We also visited the Jewish Memorial, ...
... and walking up the path that curves around the outside edge of the glass dome. The headphones pick up where you are on the dome and talk about what you can see at that point. It was informative, interesting and had some great views of Berlin and and some points you could see the blue seats below that the politicians sit in.
After completing the circuit to the top of the dome and down again we then worked around the base of the dome where there were photographs tracing ...
... t really say much more about Berlin. I didn't find many good restaurants, and the best place to hang out ended up being the hostel I was staying at. I did try to go to the Ramones museum, which would've been cool, but the guy working there decided to close early...earning them a negative TripAdvisor review. Overall, this was just another ordinary city. It amazes me how much more beautiful Munich is than Berlin...same country, but damn, Bavaria is so much more amazing in every way.
We started today at the Checkpointe Charlie museum, learning about the various ways that people tried to escape from east to West Berlin. There were mostly stories about failure to escape & a few who had success. It was fascinating to see the creativity that was used in the different escape methods - everything from a secret compartment in a car, to a kayak, to a hot air balloon. It took real guts to attempt escape.
... we passed by a jewish cemetery ( more about this later) . Tour leader arrived his name was Kevin and he was from Manchester but has lived in Berlin for the 5 years and worked as tour director with this company for 3 years spealizing in - infamous third reich sites, discover Berlin and the camps. Well from here Kevin took us to catch 2 trains till we arrived in a little town called Oranienburg some 35miles out of Berlin. Then we had to walk 15 minutes along the main road just ...