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... to the river via the impressive Reichstag (parliament) building. A local guide explained how a fire mysteriously started in the building which led to a chain of events giving Hitler absolute power. A 1 hr river cruise finished off a busy day, and after some traditional German food, we crashed. Next day was gloomy and cloudy, looking like rain. We decided it was a good time to visit Museum Island, however we only got ...
... their way to the work sites and back. We were told of one story where a man accidentally broke something at work and was petrified that the civilian manager would tell an SS Guard and he would be killed. Instead, the manager called the man to his office, gave him some tea, a bit of bread, and allowed him to nap for a few hours. The townspeople were aware of the camp and saw the prisoners often, but couldn't see into the camp. This is because the prisoners were forced to build ...
... a really amazing sight. Such choreography! Rows of skaters were going through one another, changing shapes and gliding across the rink. The little ones came out too dressed as fairies and penguins and elves and they had a little dance too. It was so lovely and very cute. A really great show! We finished up around midnight and poor Pauly had another night of 5 hours sleep. But he really enjoyed it, we both did. It's not often that you get to see a show like ...
... of torturing interrogations were committed is still evident today. Next to the Topography of Terror is the last genuine part of the Berlin wall which serves as a reminder of a different war. We only had a short amount of time but went inside the building for a 10 minute video about Berlin and the war. It was so warm and nice to get out of the cold and warm up a bit.
We then continued on through to Checkpoint Charlie. It looks so different from what ...
You know, I’m 60 years old this year. I’ve been denying it and will continue to do
so, but every once in a while I’m painfully reminded that I’m getting to be an
old man. In my younger years I didn’t
think I would live to be 30. Now at 60 I
fear I’m learning that I need to compensate for my creaky bones. Last time I was in Europe in 2009 I was 70
lbs heavier and I was determined ...