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... Nazi and Cold War eras hold such fascination because they occurred in the lifetimes of ourselves, our parents and grandparents: I remember sitting in my flat in Japan back in 1989, listening the BBC World Service, caught up in the reports coming through of the falling of the Wall, aware that history was being made. Incredible to me, then, to be standing next to the only remaining section of that wall, and to see where Checkpoint Charlie once ...
... dodgy American Troops ever.
We then had a tour of the Topography of Terror Museum, with a guide who was a mix of Ribery and Triffiro. He was really good and pointed out all the issues that we have with hindsight and was really good at analysing photos to a deep deep level. I took a pebble from outside, the location of the SS building.
Then onto the football! Really excited for this, but should be cold so I am decked out for warmth.
It was ...
... then a few beers later boarded our group bus and went for dinner. Decent group of folks coming from different places. It'll be cool to see how we all come together. Fast forward one full tummy later, it was laundry day and I'm laying down with clothes draped all around me :p. Oh ps...the bus bathroom apparently can't be dumped until Vienna...that should smell interesting before too loaf :-/. Lol I mean ...
... deposited us at the gardens at 11:30 and we walked to the main offices to get tickets to see the palaces. It's clear that Frederick and company had gobs of money and the power it gave them.
The palaces are huge and sprawling and beautiful. The day was spent touring the palaces and learning some German history. Around 4:30 it was decided to cut-and-run so we caught a bus for the Potsdam hauptbahnhof.
The train we caught was crowded when we got on and then ...
... was kind of strange. We also went by a college where a book burning happened many years ago by Nazi and brainwashed students. It is sad that so many literary works have vanished. I walked by where Albert Einstein gave speeches, but only at 7 am because thats when the real students showed up. And I also saw the Brandenburg gates that were like an entrance to the city. It has been rebuilt a few times like so many things in Berlin. We ended the tour by going by a ...