Hotel Dietrich Bonhoeffer Haus
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... a great way to soak up more of the city and see how people live. Architecture in the city was interesting the Russian influence in the previously communist East section was strong - wide streets conformist block concrete structures. I preferred the artistic boho communities which were now much sort after - Ponsonby like I guess. The wall was somber, in fact I found the tone of the city was all like ...
... like a well oiled machine. We bought our 1L ceramic stein, took it to the monk and he filled it up with his beer that they had been making since 1621. It was good.
Slightly full of ancient monk beer, we strolled through town looking for adventure. Best we could muster was an outdoor opera in the rain.
... To find out that something that was already terrible is actually much worse then imagined does no good for a nation trying to reconcile with a difficult past.
Yet in these sort of difficult situations, Germany has a new symbol of hope that can help overcome the discomfort caused by the past. The Reichstag building today is the meeting place of the German Parliament, but it truly is a symbol of German history. Construction began in 1871, after ...
... had been made by explosions. They carried on looking for a building they both wanted to see, as it was the place where a group of German army officers made a plan to overthrow Hitler during the war.The plan failed ( more of that later) and the officers were shot. After that they went to look for the place where Hitler had had ,the government offices and an underground bunker (a bit like Mr Elwell's boiler ...
... changes including Hitlers rise to power. We see many sights such as the Berlin Dome, the largest impractical granite bowl in the world (just because) that has been dropped twice, grand but boring buildings and many statues. Berlin has been bombed so many times that it doesn't really have any old architecture. Everything is named entirely unimaginatively - typical for Germans. It is "old" or "new" or "square". There are construction sites everywhere and over ...