Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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... for us to go, luckily the trains were running again so we jumped on a near frozen carriage and made our way to the airport.
All was running smoothly until we got to passport control when we found out that the Croatians had stamped us 2 months in advance, after a bit of discussion and some explanation as to where we had been we got stamped and made our way to boarding. I was a case of going back to the future.
All aboard and we were off as London was ...
... s bunker. Hitler's bunker is just a parking lot now, well, the bunker is still there, you can't get to it or see it though. It is interesting to place it. It is very close to the Holocaust Memorial, like, right next to it in fact.
We had a currywurst somewhere in there, it was a very average culinary experience.
Short stop in Berlin, but a nice one. Next stop Barcelona and catching up with the peeps from home!
... additional brutality?
These are all complicated questions to answer, but the way I see it, it certainly disrupted the ability to face Sachsenhausen and find a proper way to come to terms with it. It wasn't until 1950 that the camp was closed and converted into a memorial site about 10 years after that. Most of the emphasis of the memorial site was focused on Soviet inmates who had suffered and died there during WWII. Of course, this ...
We went right into Berlin today and parked near the Brandenburg Gate. This is a big archway that used to be the way into the city when the city was much smaller, a long time ago. Berlin had been divided in two, like Germany was, in 1961. A wall had been built to keep the East Berliners from going into West Berlin. The wall went right past the Gate so no one went through it for 28 years. When the wall came ...
... French girl and two Aussie guys. I'm a little disappointed we don't get to go to places many Germans are. We have preferred chatting to locals in pubs rather than fellow tourists. However highlights include a belgian man in a pink bunny suit completing his dares for his stag do and another German man begging me to buy a rose for his stag do. We don't have a rager as tomorrow we start busabout.
Prost (cheers) !