Hotel Mueggelsee Berlin
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... dark and secretive. I'm thinking winter doesn't help. But the building structures were frequently beautiful. I would think summer would be kinder on the soul and fill the city with light and colour. The history of the wall and the numbers of death added to the sadness. For all our "teasing" of Germans for being masters of precision, boring and humourless, they are incredibly passionate and have one ...
The next morning we awoke in search of a big greasy breakfast to cure our hangovers. Matt and Brad, a couple of Canadian twins we met the night before joined us on this epic hunt. Turns out they were as **** as us trying to find this grease fest so we reluctantly quit our search and contented ourselves with a mere bread roll and coffee. Fed, we set off to explore the ...
... kingdoms of Germany were formally unified. Throughout the years, the Reichstag has remained standing, although it has endured the National Socialist era, extensive damage during World War II, and detachment from half of its citizens during the Cold War. When East and West Germany formally reunited in 1990, the Reichstag stood tall in the backdrop, representing an irrepressible German nation, capable with overcoming a difficult heritage. Although ...
... which have all gone and been built over. They came to collect me and we had a rather chaotic drive to the outskirts of the city to go on a tour of a prison. The prison had been used after the war when the communists were in charge in East Germany. This was not like the other prisons we had visited but was in some ways nearly as bad. The people in the prison often did not know why they had been arrested. ...
... in the city. There are many memorials dotted around with many more to come as Hitler despised many groups of people. The Holocaust museum consists of many uneven concrete blocks on uneven land which appears much like a cemetery. There are small gold plaques on the footpaths dedicated to individual murdered Jews. Part of the Berlin Wall sits alongside The Topography of Terror - a documentation centre about the history of Berlin. We see the site of Hitlers bunker which is ...