Arcotel John F
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Anyway big big shopping day which was fun. We went to LaDeVa which is a huge fancy department store (kind of like Selfridges) at the top is a huge buffet restaurant with the most incredible looking food! It had everything. The floor below was like a market for the rich. The most amazing baked goods, chocolates, sweets, everything you could think of. It was so impressive. We also saw the half built church, this was damaged in the ...
... German sausages.
The next day we had a tour of the city by an annoying tour guide. We were driven to all places of interest including part of the Berlin Wall and were given a comprehensive history lesson. I think we are all getting a bit restless on the bus. Our guides voice and her need to repeat everything is grating. So... we cut the tour short at the Checkpoint Charlie museum and walked around ourselves. Armed with our map we walked for around 4 hours taking in the sights ...
... did was to send an invitation to the key people he wanted to attend a meeting to discuss this "solution" and he also wanted to tell them that Goering had put him in charge of it. You can see in the pictures, copies of the invitations and also English translations. I was struck by how matter of fact the letters were... Just plainly factual, no feeling - x,y and then z. End. So they all gathered at a beautiful lake house about 30mins outside of Berlin in a building owned ...
... to be together. We got welcome Berlin cards - which allowed us to travel on the local trains. No one seems to check tickets (update - our tickets were checked on our last ride, where we were only going one stop). Coffee made with uht milk doesn't taste great. The Germans take their pets everywhere - we have seen dogs on the U and S Bahn. And they aren't necessarily small dogs - one that stands out was very old, big and had an eye missing (with a seeing eye person reading a ...
... They had one section of the camp called Station Z where they would send you to be killed without people realizing it. They would either make you stand in a room and a Nazi would shoot you from another room or they had a gas chamber in the building. The stuff we learned for the day was all sick. This camp even had a prison, which I though was ironic to have a prison inside a prison. The prison is where they would hold special persons for interrogations and people they didn't ...