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... concentration camp of Sachsenhausen. It was heart wrenching to see first hand the horrors that took place in a concentration and death camp during the holocaust. I don't even want to go into detail, because I'm too emotional about it.
... of the city. We then walked past the Humboldt University and on to the large and striking Berliner Dom (grand royal church). Walking in the heat was zapping our energy levels fast, so we decided to eat at the restaurant outside the DDR Museum. A hearty lunch in the sun watching the river tour boats come and go then on into the Museum which documents life in East Germany. It was packed with lots of German students who apparently ...
... the gate blowing their whistles for a green future, to the Tiergarten Park with all its pigeons/pheasants (weren't quite sure on these) and hidden statues, to the Riechstag and all its immensity. Unfortunately we did not get a chance to see the Wall Memoriam due to our short stay in the city and our rendezvous with Mr Nawar, but it has given us a reason to return.
Haven't met a man quite like Nawar who can converse and interact with people so ...
... We decided to go on one of those tourist sightseeing buses, where you can "hop on and hop off", because the Cecilienhof is a long way from the railway station, right at the far end of the Potsdam complex.
Potsdam was the royal family's summer residence, so you have a number of splendid royal palaces. Alongside, there are many and several aristocratic abodes, as the leading Junkers made Potsdam their preferred Berlin base. So it is a sprawling place, ...
... down a street with beautifully lit trees. There were several large memorials we passed including the holocaust and soviet memorials. After passing the Reichstag and Brandenburg gate we headed home.
We checked into Wombat’s Hostel which was one of the nicer places. I was rooming with Bronte, Erin and Emily this time which was a nice change. We unpacked and then headed to the bar on the 7th level for happy hour. After a drink we gathered in ...