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... crater at the rear of the Chancellery. Here, where this car park now sits.
Walk south from Checkpoint Charlie, down Friedrichstrasse away from the busy station of the same name from where Berlin's Jews were freighted to the camps. On the right, number 234, there's a small arched entrance to courtyards and apartments, flanked by small shops. The stucco is vaguely pink. The building is post-war, but the one opposite, number 17, was here in the 1930s. The small sign next ...
... to walk through the gate and walk on the East side along the Un Der Linden Strasze back to our hotel. The biggest decision of the day came where to have dinner and not to end up at McDonalds or Subway. The paella and sangria for two turned out the best choice at Restaurant Barce Lona. Completing our 5 mile walk for a couple more blocks and we were back at the hotel in no time. Lights out at 22:00. ...
... in jeopardy of retaliation and thus little was said of them.
Tour guide explaining that the entire length of the former path of the wall has been laid out along a brick path, seen here, and he straddles the path with the explanation that people say that they are now in former East Berlin and West Berlin. Not so, the wall was built exclusively in East Berlin under Russian mandate by East Berliners. Both feet are in East Berlin, the capitol of East Germany for ...
... we would spend maybe an hour at the museum but when we looked up at our watches it had been three hours. The museum described in great detail the rise of the Nazis and the subsequent atrocities they committed. A lot was unfathomable. It is difficult to comprehend how so many people participated in or turned a blind eye to what the Nazis were doing. After the museum we headed back to the Holocaust Memorial ...
... we can't wait to connect with them again, wherever that might be.
Yesterday, shortly after I posted some photos on Facebook about our time with Grant and Julia at Mauerpark, a couple we met in Malaysia (from New Zealand but living in Australia) reached out to us. They saw our photos and as it turns out, they were at the same park at the same time! We knew this couple, who is traveling for a year or more, was in Europe, but we had no idea they were ...