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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... hidden footpaths.
You secret garden of blossoming hearts.
You bustling underground of coffee-stained subway maps.
You aching backpack.
You proud dawn walk home in last nights' crinkled clothes.
You kingdom to a wandering hearts' throne.
Berlin, you empty loft.
You basements of bare-stripped wallpaper.
You hour-long waits outside abandoned doors.
You roaring 20s, you silent ...
... delve deeper and it disorientates and isolates you as you wander through. I really enjoyed and appreciated it. Hitler’s bunker was a bit of a let down, the location where he killed himself is now a car park. Our final location was the Brandenburg gates, the last remaining section of the old city walls. It was a highly enjoyable tour, I enjoyed hearing about the history and key sights pre and post WW2. Heading back to the hostel we caught up with some guys that we had met ...
... lot more practical.
After seeing the Archive we walked around and saw a lot of different social housing. What stood out to me was that the architects of the social housing found a way to make it livable and accommodate certain needs. One of the things that stood out to me was that they didn't have open floor plans. Every single room had a door weather it was the bedroom the kitchen or the living ...
I didn’t try to overstep my boundaries too much (better safe than sorry), but Johnny tried to jump up to the second story of a building at some point, and ended up sliding off and scraping his arm. No major damage, but it definitely reminded me of why I wouldn’t want to do go parading through some abandoned theme park without a knowledgeable guide. Once we were close to the end of the tour and had our fill, ...
... what I hear, peeps didn't want to be there, they kept trying to escape to the West Side and were not treated very well, the USSR did not to communism too well, and had things like a strict secret military policy and other scary bits and pieces. Anyway, Stalin was out of there in 1952, then came Kruschev who instigated a bit of a thaw on Stalin's strict policies, the next big one was Brezhnev and the next bigger one was Gorbachev. Anyway, suffice to say that the East was a ...