ApartHotel Residenz am Deutschen Theater
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... a place for the public to lunch and dine. The food was basic, five choices plus sushi if you wanted it, served onto your tray and paid for at a till in the middle of the counters. No matter how basic, the food was excellent. The remainder of the day was spent walking the length of Karl Marx Allee back to town, taking in the old communist apartment blocks for the party faithful, a very beautiful example of Eastern European stark architecture. Before the sun had set and we ...
... for in Munich were actually in Berlin and they weren’t young hot chicks. There was a collection of old, wrinkled men sunbaking together. There would be no stopping for this.
In the afternoon we caught up with Juan again and he took us on a bike tour around town. First stop, the Berlin Wall.
... through the spectacular Gendarmen square to Checkpoint Charlie, one of the border crossings between East and West Berlin. I didn't realise how recently the Berlin Wall was pulled down, I'm interested to learn more about it. We entered the city's main park, Tiergarten, and found a great 'Bier Garten', or Beer Garden, for lunch. More beer and bratwurst followed. I've had quite a few but this was by far the best sausage I've eaten yet. We headed back to the ...
... but I can't really remember, the whole day was so boring and quiet. Me and Nim watched game of thrones separately and I spoke to Orson and then decided to go searching for food while everyone slept. I walked around the area for ages but because it was a public holiday everything was dead including about five supermakets I walked past and almost no one was on the streets. After about fifteen minutes I returned and tried to buy ...
... in Munich, to where it all ended in Berlin on 30 April 1945. It has been a journey that has taken us four weeks or so, but for Hitler it was a journey that changed the world, and spelt catastrophe for Germany. He wanted to create a gigantic German Empire in Europe, and he ended up devastating the nation and even leaving a portion of it under communist control.
It was to the communist era that we next turned our attention, which involved a rather chaotic drive through East ...