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... the directions to the Park Plaza Hotel just outside the city center on Penzlauer. Unfortunately, we were disoriented upon our exit from the station and instead of taking the stairs right next to the building the hotel was in, we walked all the way around a huge park, during a heat wave in Berlin! I was getting anxious, worried about how to find the Park Plaza when Barb said, "There it is, look over your head." Sure enough the sign was on the corner ...
The final days in Berlin have (as always) come around a little too soon. I was just starting to settle in and then it seems that it is time to leave again. The last few days have been slightly overcast in my eyes because of the knowledge that the vacation is coming to an end. I thought several times 'what should I do or see before I go?', but am quite comfortable now that I have had the type of vacation that I wanted to have. One that explores one place well, rather ...
... as we were packing up from the weekend. Apparently is was too dirty for the people to take with them. Nothing a wash can't fix! Luckily the camping store returned our money for the tent and we went to our favourite op shop on Karl Marx Allee. Julien bought some shorts and a towel, and Paul and I bought some towels, a shower curtain and a new pair of shorts for Paul.. Oh yeah and a hat each for the weekend. Marc ...
... under Nazi rule. There is an underground memorial and marker on the square.
We walk along a main street to get to Alexanderplatz where we are meeting a tour guide for a tour to Sachsenhausen memorial. On the way, we pass some museums and an outdoor art exhibit commemorating important figures in pre-WWII Berlin that contributed in some way to the culture and community. We find Alexanderplatz, which is pretty simple ...
... his opponents and basically do whatever he wanted.
Outside the Reichstag, there's a memorial to all the politicians who opposed Hitler. It consists of a slate slab for each of 96 politicians who opposed Hitler and who were murdered and persecuted. Most were imprisoned and then sent to concentration camps, where they died.
3. Gypsy Memorial
This was a beautiful memorial to the gypsies that were persecuted by the Nazis. It had actually just ...
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