Holiday Inn Berlin Airport - Conference Centre
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As the Bible says, "The love of money is the root of all evil..."
Statements were made that the Jews were coming in and taking all of the good jobs. They were trying to take over their country... DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR? THINK ABOUT IT! All it takes is one small seed of hatred and non-tolerance to be planted, and it can snowball into a Holocaust or a Genocide.
... in the Holocaust, but the memorial is only for the Jews), the famous Brandenburg Gate (with lots of scaffolding and other equipment set up for the city to watch the World Cup right now on huge, outdoor screens), and obviously the Berlin Wall (that separated East and West Berlin until it was physically torn down in 1989. Can you believe that was 25 years ago? Wow. When did we get to old?). So, as you can see, it was a very ...
Berlin Arrival. Today we boarded another ICE train and travelled about 90 minutes east to the German capital - Berlin. We arrived at about lunch time and once checked in to our hotel we had a little rest before we had to be at the base of the Berlin TV Tower for our city tour. This would be a city tour with a slight difference.... It wouldn't be on a bus, bike or walking. Jeremy had booked us in for a Segway tour! I was very much looking forward to this for a ...
... to think that literally overnight Berlin was isolated, and if you didn't react quick enough or weren't willing to leave your property, life etc you would later find yourself living under a communist regime. After the watch tower, we trekked to the Stasi museum. The Stasi were East Germans secret police, the biggest of the Cold War. The exhibition went into how they isolated east Germany/Berlin, and how they kept people under surveillance and ultimately under control. ...
... that my bag was the third one off the rack! So I grabbed it and followed the exit sign to find the taxis waiting. Sadly no Berlin stamp on the passport. No customs or anything. The cab driver knew where my hotel was and brought me past parts of the Berlin Wall on the drive in. He tried to give me some interesting history but his English was only slightly better then my German, but I got the main points. It's ok cause ...