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... amazing stories here a city of hurt and trauma how does it fix those broken stories of hurt. time is amazing healer. it was when we went down to the holocaust memorial, the sign says respect with silence and reverence, but the way people respond to it, is so different, it becomes a game of fun and adventure, screams of laughter filter through the somber pillars of cement? this may not be the intention of the design but this is how people respond to the strange ...
... seems really disjointed still and there's so much construction going on. It was interesting to hear all the history and experience the other edgier side of the city. We meet some really cool people in Berlin and our hostel is one of the best we've had so far (in terms of atmosphere and friendly people). A very cool city, there's no way I could live there though it's too "alty". Like Weliington on roids.
Next stop is Bamberg for an authentic German experience!
... tomorrow. Unfortunately no time for the silent disco tonight.
Sunday 9th June
All packed & ready to go we catch a tram & 3 trains to reach Hauptbahnhof, Berlins main train station to catch our train to Hamburg, we discover on the platform that 3 of the carriages won't be coming thankfully Francois has booked us first class tickets with seat reservation so it won't affect us. The train comes 2nd class is packed in like sardines for the 2 hour trip. The first ...
... to do with peace, which Napoleon stole as a victory symbol and then Germany later conquered them and took it back. We spent some time looking at the university where Einstein taught (he left Germany just in time!) that also had the brothers Grimm as students! This university was also famous for the initial book burnings significant to the Nazi reign or Third Reich. We saw the parade ground in front of the Reichstag where Hitler held his Nazi and Hitler Youth rallies and the ...
... Australian girls to a crazy club with five different rooms and DJs, we walked around the city the next day. We decided to try some German food, so we went to Schwarzwaldstuben and had some amazing sausages, potato salad and beer. The next day, we went on a walking tour and learned a lot about the history of Berlin, while seeing all the major sites. While most of the buildings look as though they’re hundreds of years old, most are less than 65 years old, ...