ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin Charlottenburg
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... so open and honest about its past mistakes.
We we also walked past the former Luftwaffe headquarters, which surprisingly served the war and remains in its original condition. We also stopped at the site of Hitlers bunker where he lived the last few months of his life & ultimately committed suicide. The bunker is 11 feet underground and has been filled in with sand and covered over with a parking lot. Surrounded by ...
... so we didn't stay long.
We walked back past the Brandenburg Gate for an appointment to visit the Reichstag - the large, symmetrical Parliament building, topped off by Sir Norman Foster's glass creation on top, towards the back of the building. It's supposed to represent the transparent nature of modern German politics, by being able to see straight down into the debating chamber - but today it had the main effect of being an enormous greenhouse, bathing sweaty ...
... mock them, give them striped Pajamas, and assign numbers and take away their names, and shaved their heads. They all got different things that would go on their uniforms. Political opponent is red triangle (they still all had different parties). Homosexuals had pink, Jewish people had yellow, Jehovah witnesses had purple, and a violent offender had black. When you have black you're at the top of the human chain and you usually take care of the other prisoners. They treated ...
... the famous Hotel Adlon, where Michael Jackson dangled his baby off the balcony, the Lauftwaffe headquarters (Nazi airforce - one of the few buildings completely untouched from WW2 because pilots used it as a visual guide and because opposing countries wanted to use it for themselves), an original section of the Berlin wall, Checkpoint Charlie (not that interesting, and nothing there is authentic, it's all re-built), Gendarmenmarkt, the TV tower, Humbolt University, ...
... our tour including a nurse in her mid fifties from NZ who works in Western Australia in an Aboriginal village. We visited over 23 places on our 4.5 hour tour and our guide Neil was from Manchester and an absolute expert in German History. The sights that stood out the most were;- Berlin Wall - Hitlers Bunker - there is nothing to see due to the "De- nazification" so no memorial etc it is a car park within a block of apartments. Still really eerie though.- ...