Days Inn Berlin City South
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... we were both just so sad. Day two was spent wandering around trying to find food that was not Italian and seeing the Berlin Wall memorial. The memorial is done really well. There is a lot of metal work in place to symbolize where the wall was. Where common escape tunnels were, and outlines of building that were destroyed to put up the wall. It's hard to imagine what Berlin was like when the wall still stood. Today we ...
... so good? Because they have had to rebuild their entire country from scratch under a Soviet regime.
Overall, Berlin is a beautiful place and I loved it. The ghosts of the past - and there are millions of them, are with you today, but it is testament to the German nation that they are acknowledging the past and commemorating it. Berlin itself is proof that hate and mindless, fascism and racism never endure. Lets hope the rest of the world figures the same thing out very soon. ...
... I wanted to in berlin and I wasnt flying out till 5 I decided to head out of town to a city called pottsdon this lead to a day of adventure and a bit of stress as everything took longr than I planned and I almost missed my plane but I got there in the end. this town is quite cute lots of very old buildings with an awesome history well woth a trip but needed more time than 3 hours but atleast with the guided tour I got to see everything. now of to copenhagen
... next door. I looked at my watch and decided to try my luck, at least if I get a little done, there will be less to do tomorrow, I thought to myself. I got on the computer. Explorer wouldn't work, Firefox wouldn't work, chrome wouldn't work. Restart the computer, let's try explorer again.. Success! It worked! I quickly filled in a new form with an Australian address and a few other changes and printed it out. I then ran back to the office via an atm. It was 2pm by this stage and ...
... an amazing tour guide who was able to explain everything in such a way that you really were about to understand and process the things that happened during World War Two. If I had to take one thing away from that day spent in Sauchesenhausen, it would be a quote that our guide said, "If you understand history then you are able to stop it from happening again." Being able to see everything for myself in these places helped me understand the Holocaust in a different ...