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And another train confusion leads to about a half hour of discomfort and sweaty faces…. We see the train to Berlin from Prague pull up, watching the first class car go by so we head in the direction of that car so that we can leisurely grab our seats.. However, the train gods must …
... NOT to pick up grenades or bombs. And whatever the hell you do... DON'T take them on the Subway!!! Onwards to The famous Brandenburg Gate. Created as a sign of wealth to tourists coming to Berlin, it has seen its fair share. The statue on top (originally Eirene the Goddess of Peace) was stolen by Napoleon and taken to France. When she was recognised by soldiers after the fall of Napoleon, she was bought back to Berlin and reinstated on top of the gate. There were some ...
... the top of us and our bags. It looked a little like a flock of pedalling condoms. Lord knows what the Berliners thought of us.
Being such an immense and diverse city, it is a little pointless to list all the amazing stuff that we saw, did, ate & drank, so here is a set of favourites:
1) Curry wurst (Mike’s choice) – Holy **** batman, what a fantastic German institution this one is. Who’d have thought ...
... La Puerta esta
decorada con una cuadriga llevada por la Diosa Eirene y con figuras que
muestran la paz. Pese a que la Puerta esta basada en la paz de siempre
se ha asociado a la Guerra y ha sido el emblema de Napoleón y ha visto
pasar los desfiles militares socialistas, pasando por ser un símbolo en
la separación de Alemania. Es tan fuerte el simbolismo que tiene la
puerta de Brandeburgo que ...
... for the killers. A lot weren't convicted and some were considered unfit t stand trial for 25 years which I think is ****. A lot were cowards and committed suicide instead of taking responsibility for their actions. The Germans also show their responsibility for both world wars in the German history museum which was really interesting. It included the most famous book in Europe. I think it was the Guttenburg bible or something. Everything in ...