Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... Bears I wanted . We looked around a couple of stores and had no luck and found one shop just as it peltered down with rain. I bought my bears and we continued to walk down the street to the zoo platz where we met Ronny and returned to the flat.
We parked the car and walked to the Italian Deli that we had had a lovely meal the first week. We crossed the park from Their flat to find a local street craft market before we ...
... the Nazi ideology. Perhaps it is more expected that these individuals would deny knowledge of the mass murders than the general public. Yet the trend demonstrated by these officials who participated in the Wannsee Conference repeats itself in the German public following World War II. Many of the bystanders of the Holocaust claimed that they never witnessed these mass killings or concentration camps, nor suspected them. They cannot ...
... leave again. The rules of time and space meant that our mission to Potsdam had failed.
Mind you, there is a bit of a historical parallel in that the Potsdam Conference was also a bit of a failure, with no agreement on any of the fundamental issues. No Peace Treaty was signed, and the rancorous atmosphere meant that the Cold War began at Potsdam. It just shows that sometimes, things don't always go according to plan.
By now, I was heartily fed up ...
... Archery Open that was on in the area. At least the rooms were decent sized, and the Wi-Fi was free, unlike the Savoy in Frankfurt the previous night…
Headed into town for the evening and met up with Patrick in Savignyplatz. He’s a Dubliner working in Berlin as a translator and I saw him last in Cologne for the Germany vs. Ireland game back in October. This time, along with two of his American friends Dan and Ian, we went to the ...
... of the politicians and their staff work. The tunnels are beneath the street and the staff can access anywhere is the vicinity via them. We were able to have a brief look at the tunnels and again were impressed by them. They would definitely be handy in the winter time! Unfortunately we forgot our camera today! Which was such a shame because we would have have loved some pictures of especially the dome. Oh well I plan to visit the Reichstag again, maybe sit in on a parliamentary ...