Apartment Hotel Dahlem
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... and all the rich history of Berlin. In our tour we saw the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall, French Cathedral, and Neue Kirche, among many other things! I think the most interesting thing we were showed on our tour, however, was the area above the bunker where Adolf Hitler committed suicide with his wife of 48-hours, Eva. Definitely eery, but interesting to learn about. After our tour ended, we went to go ...
Technical Museum and the German conscience?
Today I went to a technical museum in Berlin. This is a modern day history of technology.
Many very interesting displays. I experienced a strange thing at the museum. There was a section for aircraft and much about the technical development for the 2ND world war. There were samples of V2 rockets and also the flying bombs used in the war. The commentary on the exhibits was in praise of the ...
... in one of the best coffees we have had since leaving New Zealand.
Back at the apartment we just chilled out for the afternoon until another of Brendon's brothers Rob arrived. It was also time to start pre gaming for the nights event which was a Bundesliga game at the Olympic Stadium between Hanover and Berlin.
With the train strike on we had to leave early to get on one of the limited services so with a large amount of roadies in hand we set off. ...
JFK. It's not about donuts...
After a pleasant train trip, we arrived in Berlin in the mid afternoon and checked in to our adorable Airbnb. Our host happens to be an expat from Australia. We had a nice chat about politics and then we all felt a bit sad.
We put some washing on, because that is what you do when you get a place with a washing machine, you put a load of washing on whenever you can. Then, we popped to ...
... that lifestyle would appeal to some people. Pretty much every day he has to clean human **** off his steps. So gross! Along the walking tour we stopped in at a shop and bought a Berlin brewed beer for 70 cents and drank it along the way because like in London you can drink on the streets. The tour lasted 3 hours and our last stop was a park in Kruezburg which as Jamin said you can go and buy/smoke week and no one will say anything. He also gave us a few ...