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... information, lots to learn and take in. Also along another section of Wall is the very grim history of the Third Reich and WW2. Very sobering reading and viewing. We then found the East Side Gallery, a 1.3km section of the Wall which was given over to 118 international and local artists. The idea was for the drab grey wall to be covered in colourful images, but like so many public spaces, there's a lot of graffiti covering it. But still ...
... information and so much reading and so many people all with the same idea. They had their power back on but it was like an oven inside. No Air Conditioning just a fan in every room but they were pretty useless. You would need 2 days to read it all so we did what we could and left.
'The Brandenburg Gate' was next on our list of attractions to see.
Lots of tourists, much like ourselves, checking it all out.
Nothing has changed since our last visit ...
... gathering - if you could coax them away from English.
It was pleasant enough though I had to complain about how loud the music was a couple of times. The organisers seemed pretty sympathetic to my whining but I think they themselves were victims of the cosmopolitan venue - i.e. an extremely loud Dj is de rigueur no matter how inappropriate. The worst is that the Djs themselves are completely oblivious to the fact that people ...
... a tomb. It's the most moving memorial I have ever witnessed.
One block away is Führerbunker, Hitler's headquarters, escape bunker, and the site of his suicide. His reinforced bunker still sits 70 feet below, but is filled with cement and is not accessible and covered by a parking lot. The site is marked by a simple sign describing the former buildings and a short story of the last days of the war. There are no markers to the ...
... tickets. We waited in the foyer area for a while and then took our seats. The Opera was written in three parts and the first 2 were together making the first half 2 hours long. Many of the students and parents fell asleep during the first half and some of the staff as well. A combination of jet lag, exhausted ness and some just didn't like it. This was my first Opera and I was not sure how I would go. I have heard that with Opera you either love it or hate it and I can understand ...