ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin Charlottenburg
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... memorials to visit and historical buildings/areas where significant things happened. At one stage Germany was Europe's most powerful nation! The Great Depression damaged the economy badly! What we looked into: Government-politics chaos Communists and the Nazis Surrounding countries involvement Hitler East and West Germany Berlin Wall And much more... After ...
This morning we took the train along with a lot of the other passengers from the town that we ported in, Warnemünde, to Berlin, the Capital of Germany. It was a 3 hour train ride from the Port which for us was quite relaxing and brought back memories of our adventure in 2011. As we had both been to Berlin before (for Tim, 3 times now) we decided to take it easy and slowly wander around taking in some of the sites. Many of the passengers sounded stressed about the ...
... wild bore, that have been known to attack people. Sounds a bit fat fetched to me. I was a bit wonky on the bike for start and negotiating traffic, other cyclists and pedestrians was a bit a challenge. However, I loved the bike ride. We stopped every now and again and the guide gave us a bit of a run down of where we were and some relative history. We stopped at the square where the major book burning took place. This was also where the.....university ...
... exhibition about resistance against the National Socialist regime, and it shows that whilst no large scale, mass organised opposition was possible, there were numerous examples of individuals and small groups who bravely made a stand. Sophie Scholl was just a student; Claus von Stauffenberg an aristocratic army officer, but both and many others, chose their own paths of protest. The exhibition strongly demonstrates that there were many Germans who risked their lives to oppose ...
Several months ago we booked our free tickets to tour the Riechstag. Months ago getting up and heading off early seemed like a good idea - hmmm. We raced off without breakfast. We walked - past checkpoint Charlie, slabs of the old wall, the memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe - and finally made it back to the Riechstag. Our tickets were for 9.00 and we had been instructed to arrive at 8.30. We arrived at 8.24 and were turned away and told to come back in ...