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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... by a timber palisade; all the construction materials and methods are accurate to the time and give a really good understanding of the level of technology they employed to make their lives and society work.
The houses looked very water tight with their dense thatched rooves but they are very dark inside so most of the activity occurs outside.
There were a number of people in traditional clothing ...
... standing in the registration queue for over an hour. Fortunately, the weather is cooler and thus more bearable today. With a time booked for early tomorrow morning, we then set off towards Oranienburger Tor, the university quarter of the city. We make our way to Friedrichstraße, one of the main shopping streets. We troll up and down, looking for an 'O2' shop that can assist in uploading ...
... her new place. I hope my granny is living for a little while longer, despite her own prophecies. I also hope James can see his
aunts again. He still feels so sorry not have had the time to go visit them before we left Ireland.
There is so much hope and a lot of fear of the unknown at this stage, mixed
with excitement about what may come.
All of those thoughts were instantly interrupted when we tried to check
in at Tegel Airport Berlin ...
... the longest preserved section of the wall, which as now been transformed into a long stretch of murals, painted after the fall of the berlin wall. It was quite a moving remembrance of the time of the division of East and West Germany.
From here we caught a train back into the city and walked down to the Victory tower. This particular tower was initially constructed to commemorate the 3 wars that Germany were involved in during the 1800’s, with 3 ...
... is another very powerful place.
We then hopped back onto the metro out to the East Side Gallery or part of the Berlin Wall. I think this is a great place and there is a great atmosphere about it. We got plenty of photos with the funky paintings on the wall and even signed our names on a section dedicated for that. I wouldn't dare vandalise something like the Berlin Wall!! This had all been done in glorious sunshine so we were pretty tired after this. We ...