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Travel Blogs from Ludwigsfelde
... government and, since each successive emperor/king required his own brand new castle, there are six or seven palaces! I took a hop-on hop-off tour in order to see them all and then took a wonderfully relaxing stroll through the extensive royal gardens (which were essentially a forest) while pretending to be the Margravine Wilhelmina.
Meanwhile Jas and Jacqui meandered through the Dutch quarter (built when ...
... interesting historical sites related to the first and second world war. It's weird to see buildings that once held important Nazi groups still being used today by the German government though. The concentration camp was really interesting/ sad at the same time to see how prisoners lived and were treated. In the end we were really glad we visited the site as we learned tons and were able to see first hand the horrendous conditions people ...
... end of winter, or winter is yet to come. Michael had to leave to catch the 4pm train back to Detmold, so we said goodbye and wished him a good journey home. It was so lovely to catch up with him and I hope we can do it again soon! Paul and I would like to go to Detmold sometime to visit Michael. Apparently it's quite a sleepy city, but nice all the same. Charly, Hubert, Paul and I then decided to catch a train into Alexander Platz in search of a ...
... excellent was that Paul was hypnotised! More of this later... we were also introduced to a very nice guy who owns his own carpentry company and who might have a bit of work on for Paul. His name is David (pronounced dahvid) and I spent most of the night chatting to him about the poor quality of food in the USA, the universe, preservatives in food and then building pyramid houses. This is when Paul joined the convo. Carmen came from Nürnburg ...
... were pretty cool, but there was no one there. We did go to this gothic bar where Ozzy Osbourne apparently goes to when he's in Berlin. When we were done with the last bar we decided to go since there was no one in the club. One of the tour guides and his friend were leaving as well, so we walked around with them. We walked around for quite a bit and just talked. It was fun getting to know some Berliners. We came back to our hostel (quite as a mouse, I might add) and just went to ...
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