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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... snoring...! I however, remained blissfully unaware of any of this until I awoke this morning to get told off for managing to make everyone elses night far from restful...oops! Today was spent doing another tour, and after discovering we'd showed up to the wrong tour today, we shortly discovered that we had done the same thing yesterday too, and managed to mess everyones figures up, on both days! We were fortunately re-accepted onto the tour we had ...
... there we headed through the park to the Berlin Victory Column. It was originally created to remember the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian War. By the time it was opened, a couple other wars had happened, so it also helps to remember those. The whole thing is 67 meters high. Inside the base of the tower, they had a bunch of models of buildings from around the world.
We jumped on the subway again for one of the ...
... the Hitler had made historical speeches and saw the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Its name is meant to be that blunt and the design of it is meant to let each individual make of it what they want. Our tour guide said he sees it in the sense that if you see someone mistreating the memorial ie skating or jumping off the concrete cubes you are meant to speak up and say something that although there are no signs its something ...
... Chanel and I went with Isabell in her very flashy Mini Cooper convertible as we waved our scarves and beeped our horn at the hundreds of other cars celebrating the win! People were hanging out of windows, sitting in the boot, standing through sunroofs….people had not a care in the world!! We managed to navigate through heavy traffic and parked our cars along the main shopping strip, where we watched other cars honk their horns, people dancing and ...
... sent a letter to the German government advising of their increased security measures and noting that the Brandenburg Gate attracted a lot of tourists and how they believed this posed an increased security risk to their embassy. So the US ambassador requested the German government MOVE the Brandenburg gate further down the road!! Well the Germans didn't take long to reply and told the US, "nien". The mayor of Berlin at the time was a bit out spoken ...