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... several sections of the Berlin Wall, Check Point Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cathedral, the TV Tower, the Reichstag Building and Norma Supermarket (he he he, it's my Mum's name). I even got to test out my German in the cheapo shop near our hotel much to Nigel's amusement. I enthusiastically said Morgen (morning) to the lady on the till and heard a few titters from Nigel next to me. Then when we left I thought I would try a friendly Tschuss (bye). We had to make a quick ...
... with a focus on the perspective of those enlisted in the Nazi Military. This place was free to enter and wander around. It is right beside a preserved portion of the Berlin Wall.
There are a bunch of other memorials dedicated to different targeted groups. by the Nazi's in WWII, around the area. We passed by a big forest/park and saw one. Apparently are more around the same area, but we decided to head home and call it a day.
-- Ryan L.
17 Tage noch!!!
In den letzten drei Monaten haben wir uns durch den Urwald diverser Reisportale geschlagen, um eine Route zu unserem Hauptziel "Australien" zusammenzustellen. Anfangs als eine Aufgabe frei nach dem Motto "das mache ich mit links" abgestempelt, erwies sich ziemlich schnell als gar nicht so einfach, da mehr wichtige Dinge als zuvor angenommen beachtet und bearbeitet werden mussten.
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We didn't have to rush today cause we didn't have to go anywhere. Today we went down and had Brekky and then we came up to our room and skyped with Rosanna and Lore, Fab, Luca and Stefano. Then we went to the flea markets, In the Egyptian quarter. It was similar to trash and treasure with some stallholders having new goods and some having old. there were lots of nice, quirky things. Dior seemed really keen, she ...
... there about Hitlers rise to power and how his dictatorship developed. Harrowing.
A bit further down we were at Checkpoint Charlie. Again nothing really remains except for a sign and a touristy sort of information point but again the importance of that place in history was enough.
Next we took a long long walk to the far east where a large section of the wall still exists, through what is clearly the Shoreditch of Berlin. The wall ...