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... to the doors and ended up outside, I thought we did something wrong because we didn't go through customs and I was really hoping for a stamp in my passport! I'm still thinking we missed something! Tim found us within a few minutes and off we went on the bus to the underground subway. My first impressions of Berlin was it was very German and had touches of New York. His apartment was about 20 min away from the airport. After a long 24 hours of flying and very little sleep ...
... to comply with the police. When I heard this, my mind immediately connected to the deportation of Jews throughout Europe concentration camps after being told they would be brought to better lives. The impact was strong for me, especially being right in Germany.
On Wednesday, I had a bit of a difficult time as well. We did a free walking tour of Berlin, which was really well organized and very informative. Berlin has had a very challenging history which has ...
... student really makes you search for deals. Sandeman's New Europe is the company, and I highly recommend them if you are traveling. The first day I actually PAID for a tour of Sachsenhausen, a nearby concentration camp. I almost didn't make it... three different times. We had to change hotels since our camping trip was only one night, and my tour began at 11AM, in a location of which I had no idea how to get to. Our ...
... who was part of a plot to blow up hitler. If you haven't seen Valkyrie then I suggest you do - a few scenes in the movie were actually shot at this museum. The exhibits also detail the various assassination attempts on hitlers life and how close he came to death many many times. I also took a photo of the bendler block where Von Stauffenburg and his co conspirators were shot after their attempt on hitlers life failed and they were caught and executed ...
... were lucky enough to be there just as it opened and so there were very few people. This is a really spectacular museum. The sheer size of some of the exhibits such as the Market Gate of Miletus, the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate have to be seen to be believed. This museum is well worth spending time at.
After we had spent a couple of hours at the Pergamon, we went into the ...