Ivbergs Hotel Berlin Messe
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... We will Remember: Even when walking into the rebuilt areas of heavy grey cement bricks of the memorial - The memorial to the Jewish people; One can feel the pain, The simplicity profound. May we learn from this and work on walls that keep us prisoners in our own lives To stand up against the evils in our societies, Not to just accept them as the 'norm' saying in ones heart: "There is nothing we can do about them anyway" Take a stand. ...
... and Cold War. First it was the Wansee Conference. Now this was a meeting of some key nazis in 1942 at a lovely lake house just outside Berlin. A senior nazi by the name of Reinhard Heydrich who was head of the security police, was ordered by Herman Goering (Hitlers number two and general boss of operations) to sort out the mechanics of how they would ship off all the Jews to the extermination camps - they called it "the final solution to the Jewish question". So ...
... everywhere. We saw museum staff walk out of their museum and smoke by the museum door. Germans wear blue jeans. On the train from Potsdam back to Anhalter we really noticed this - everyone was wearing blue jeans. Apple juice is more expensive than beer - and despite us constantly asking, Ed will NOT drink beer. There are LOTS of museums in Berlin. We could have stayed here longer. We got the audioguide for the Pergamon Museum and it was excellent. If we had more time it ...
... the West and
we set out for the hotel alone. This turned out to be a lowpoint of
Europe, if not the entire trip. We got to our subway station and
proceeded to ask for directions. We got the wrong directions and
ended up going a kilometer out of our way. We probably walked about
2, 2.5 kilometers, rolling our bags. One of the bearings inside the
roller wheels burnt out from the friction and I was down to two
working wheels out of four. I had ...
... The best parts were seeing an organ that Bach actually played, and some manuscripts in his own handwriting. (We also were fortunate enough to have time to visit the St. Thomas Church. We were able to pay homage to his grave as well as listen to the organ being played. It was being worked on while we were there and the technician occasionally played the organ to test it. The sound of the instrument enveloped you as you sat and listened. It was a great experience.) ...