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... an incredibly ornate turquoise coloured roof. Although aware of the terrible atrocities committed against the Jews during WWII, I was still surprised to see the synagogue, and another in the neighbourhood being patrolled by police. When we had been in the city centre, again we had been quite taken aback by the number of police cars and officers patrolling the streets. There was quite an imposing police presence in fact outside the British embassy which put the breeze up me no ...
Berlin also showcases German strictness- NO ONE crosses at the lights when the man is red. Not one person. Even if no cars are coming. Everyone just patiently waits. You can also tell if you are in East or West Berlin by the pedestrian man- East Berlin lights are renowned for Ampelmann, who have hats and represent the workers in the communist society.
After this taster I definitely want to come back to Berlin
for all the history it has.
There are many cities I enjoy, there are few that I love.
I love Berlin. In fact, I love Germany.
There, I've said it. No going back now.
Even though I think it’s somewhere in the Dutch constitution that we have to hold a grudge against Germans, I can’t do it anymore. The people, the countryside, the food, it’s all wonderful. German people, their reputation notwithstanding, are quite consistently amongst ...
... the bunker that was filled with concrete in the 1950's to avoid Nazi socialists coming to see it. Needless to say the people still come to stand in front of the small sign, photographing the apartment block. We walked down Wilhelm Struasse where many war time photos had been taken of long parades of troops being led by Hitler in his Mercedes. The buildings here had a hardness about them, architecturally pretty but not so elegant as more geometrically exact. ...
I met up with Nate around 10 at Alexanderplatz, and we spent most of the day seeing the top tourist sights. We started out at Alexanderplatz, with the Fernsehturm, and then found Unter den Linden. We passed Museuminsel there, and we walked down the entire street, which was not quite as pretty as I was expecting. I blame Karen for raising expectations - there were fewer trees than I imagined, and lots of construction blocking things like the Opera House. We saw Humbolt ...