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... made our way over to our room and were stoked to see a VW car in there that had been converted to a bed! It was so cool and it was empty so we claimed it.
A few people were watching 'Englorious *******s' in the common room which, with it's Nazi German themes, was quite an ironic movie to be watching on our first night in Germany. We were keen for a quite night in so we got some supplies from the supermarket and cooked some veggie soup for dinner.
... a stretch of the Berlin Wall still does and there is also an exhibition about the nazis and the terrible things that went on. The funny thing about the Berlin Wall is that it is not very tall (maybe 3metres), and only about 4 inches thick. The thing was the wall itself was not trying to stop people getting through, it was no mans lands that was the problem for escapees as once they got over or through the wall they were stuck in between and were sitting ducks for a guard in ...
... to set off some firecrackers that we'd bought. what fun..
we then headed to Wittenberg Platz and walked around the Kurfurstendamm area. a busy u market shopping area with lots of christmas lights and christmas market stalls. dinner was a traditional German restaurant.
i'm having trouble uploading pictures tonight....will try again tomorrow.
... back to the apartment.)
Saturday morning I visited some of the darker side of
Berlin. Visiting the former Berlin Wall
is a must see. Luckily, close by my
apartment in Prenzlauerberg is one of the sites and I have to admit it was
pretty powerful. My next stop was the
Topography of Terror, which is in the center of Berlin and dedicated to the
rise of the Third Reich, how it could have happened in ...
... understood these checkpoints, but they did ask a lot of questions.
We also drove past the Presidential Palace, the Chancellor's office, the Parliament, and many other site in Berlin. We just did not have time to stop and visit everything. We then headed to Potsdam. This city is in East Germany, about 45 minutes outside of Berlin. See next update.
P.S. Will add pictures later, the internet speed at this hotel is too slow.