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... police) than demonstrators. At one point they refused Sheila entry into a sort of mall, obviously as she so resembles a radical. The more normal appearing Fred saved the day for her.
At any rate the Reichstag was just okay. We include a night picture after the tour, which makes it appear a good deal smaller than is actually the situation.
A super night's sleep followed this. We had ...
... and beef roulade and cabbage and potato salad, washed down with German beer.
After we get back to the hotel, Connor and I decide to go out for another walk in the city, and spend a lovely two hours wandering about the streets, enjoying the lateness of the sun going down, the flatness of the walking, and the differences in the architecture here.
Was a little hard to sleep - bed was very comfortable, but who knew trams could be so noisy!
... is an astronomical clock. Right when we got there it was ringing and there are movable pieces and a little show. It was built in the 1400's and is perfectly accurate except the sun revolves around the earth. It tells the time, the month and the sun and moon phases. Under the 'regular' clock is the name day clock. Every citizen is named one is the traditional 365 names and have a birthday and then a name day as well. All of the 365 Czech names are on the astronomical clock, there is ...
... of World War II. The location of Hitler's bunker is somewhat funny, over the top they have created a large parking lot and around that are apartments, the bunker is completely sealed (if not destroyed) and
it seems to be a big **** you to Hitler not making it an exhibit for the public....which I'm happy with.
Our next stop was the Jewish holocaust memorial, a series of slabs of concrete ...
... for these games which I never knew. They wanted it this way as it added to the drama and grandeur of their "show off" games. If you have a look at the front of the stadium you can also see how it was built to make an immediate and imposing impression. Hitler encountered another issue with the Olympics as it was something that was very dear to him and his beliefs - hitler wanted to exclude certain groups of people from competing. Hitler did not want any Jews or black people ...