Albergo Hotel Berlin
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Most all of you have seen our report of the "longest day" yesterday. A short recap: Flight from Chicago was flawless and on time. Apartment looked better in photos but location and very quiet neighborhood, are perfect.
Explored the neighborhood. Huge shopping mall, underground/train station, Turkish market, only a block away. Got separated on the underground, reconnected soon afterward. Rode underground, train and ...
... we have buddied up with Wayne and Maureen from East Malvern a fairly quiet couple, John and Debbie from Geraldton WA another quiet couple and Peter and Judy from Wellington NZ who are probably the loudest of the group but are still not loud. Everyone has a really good sense of humour and the more we get to know them the friendlier they are. Anyway, back to the restaurant.
The DJ is calling for singers and the next thing Wayne (not my Wayne) is up, microphone in hand and ...
... They haul back their booty of gold, jewels, silk, slaves, chocolate and spices to Portugal and construct enormous castles, palaces and cathedrals, many of which still stand today. Although conflict with competing European colonial powers, lavish overspending by the crown and a devastating earthquake in 1755 diminishes Lisbon's global status, the city survives. In 1932 fascist dictator Antonio Salazar seizes power. He hastily constructs his "New Republic"- a corporate republic that ...
Bloody hell the people of Berlin really have had a rough trot. How complicit various ordinary Berliners have been to various parts of history is open for debate, but overall for Joe Public, it has been mostly **** for them during the 20th century. In 1914-18, the First World War was happening and Berlin got mostly blown to bits, then they were all starving because Germany was made to pay reparations to everyone else for the Great War. Then they had adolf hitler and all ...
... of the survivors were the 3000 sick and medical people left in the camp. This part is so sad - imagine surviving all the way to the end and still being murdered. There was really no humanity.
The concentration camp was humbling but def not as sad and life changing as the Cambodia killing fields. Probably how Germany has managed to clean up the place so well - making it rather sterile. And the happy residential area around it plus no body parts etc made it less ...