Travel Blogs from Berlin
... all different heights which when walking through it causes a feeling of confusion and uneasy. Some say this reflects how the Jews felt in the concentration camps but the memorial is completely open for personal interpretation.
We continued through it and walked to the site where Hitler’s bunker was built and where he committed suicide. It was a very non-descript site as the Germans do not want to make it a tourist attraction. It was never destroyed ...
... We stayed there for the rest of the night even though it was drizzling and frigid outside. We of course had beer, pretzels, garlic bread, and bratwursts and walked around all the shops. There was a lot of laughter, singing, and dancing from all the people around us having a great time despite the less-than-perfect weather.
It was a great day in Berlin and I will be sad to go. I instantly fell for Berlin and Germany. I recommend you add it to your travel bucket ...
... Berlin Concert Hall (Konzerthaus Berlin), to see the National Youth Orchestra of Wales, an amazing youth philharmonic orchestra currently on tour. I am feeling very tired and am still slightly jet lagged so I am hoping I can stay awake through the concert (and I am hoping the concert will not be too long). The concert hall is beautiful and Alwin tells me the sound will be amazing. I doze through the opening speeches and the first number which seems a little ...
... t have gone there as was beyond the wall in east Berlin. Great dinner by the canal listening to street artists eating good food and drinking red wine now then off to a cool bar for some after dinner drinks then time to go back to my hotel. Didn't realise how much walking I would do over last three days and only one pair of flat shoes, now have blisters under my toes ouuchhhh! May need to go shoe shopping ...
... these displays are unforgettable. Four and five stories high - inside the museum. One of the smaller reconstructions took 144 large crates to move to Berlin. I can't imagine how many the large ones would have taken.
Just in case we hadn't walked far enough we also went to the Reichtag to walk up to the top of the glass tower to take a look at the view. In true German fashion, we had an audio guide which sensed where you were ...
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