Juncker's Hotel Garni
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... way to Hackescher Markt we passed the Neue Synagogue, one of the only Synagogues that wasn't destroyed by Hitler's SA on the tragic Kristallnacht campaign ( November 9 & 10, 1938). Unfortunately the Allies destroyed it in the 1943 air raids. Reconstruction work commenced in 1988 and were completed in 1991.
Our first tour stop was the Museumsinsel, the island of museums which in the 16th century was vegetable gardens that supplied the Stadtchloss (palace). ...
... and unfriend, meet and farewell.
This is an age of stupidity.
This is the era which common sense is no longer common.
War is Peace,
Freedom is Slavery,
Ignorance is Strength.
2015 is a continuum of 2014 or a brand new start is still too early to say.
But 2014 is way too much for me and I am fed-up with all these.
The sharp change in my life, values altered, new things, new challenges, new ...
... silence. There were a lot of people visiting today, but no one was talking, mostly out of respect and probably a little shock at what occurred on the premises. The next thing you notice is the sheer size of the camp area - it was like a small city onto itself. Almost all of the buildings are gone now - destroyed at the end of the war, but gravel pits in the shapes of barracks represent what it would've looked like. A few have been rebuilt using the materials ...
... is about 80 degrees. After a bottle of wine it's approaching 90+ degrees. Sweats dripping. Wines pouring. All is good. Pay our check at midnight. Then we walk around for a night cap. About 1+ miles later (got lost on way back to hotel) and another drink + shot of Jäger ("...when in Rome...) - we go to bed around 2pm. ...
Berlin was one of my favorite places that I visited overseas. We started the few days we had there by roaming the streets and seeing the famous Brandenburg Gate. We visited many Jewish monuments and memorabilia from Berlin's troublesome past. We signed up to walk the winding ramp inside the Reichstag building later that night. Berlin's Parliament building gave us a 360 degree view of the city. Of course you can't come to a new city and not do an audio tour...so we ...