Mercure Hotel Berlin Mitte
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... history during this period the focus of her masters brought it all to life with many details of both the regimes and stories of people whose lives were shaped by their actions. Zev and I spent the afternoon of our first day wandering the streets of the Jewish quarter including the only place were Jews were allowed to be buried which was destroyed, (of course), in the war. It is now a park and it is a beautiful and tranquil place to take some time out. 14th October. Today ...
... where a "doctor" waited. They were told to lean back against a wooden beam which looked like it was to measure the prisoner's height. As soon as the prisoner was leaning against the beam, they would be shot in the neck from a tiny hole in the beam. The room this took place in was right beside the gas chamber so it was built with two thick brick walls around it to ensure other prisoners didn't hear the noise of the gun. Taking a shower was similar as the prisoners believed they ...
... may not even come back. On Friday we were taken by marc to the one and only Fruit logistica! This was an enormous seminar, conference, expo thing for any company associated with fruit and vegetable production. The sole purpose of this expo was networking. Marc was invited by a company that he buys his boxes off or something like that. I couldn't quite draw the connection, but we got free passes, being employees of Marc so we were happy. Marc was excited to ...
... ask if I was ok. I was exhausted from throwing up and when I made it back to bed the pains in my stomach were so bad I couldn't lay on my belly.
The next day I slept in til 11am then organised for my washing to be done and headed out. I was still feeling sick but I didn't want to waste my last day in Berlin. I headed towards the Checkpoint Charlie Museum but along the way the pains in my stomach grew worse. I stopped for some water which didn't help but still walked ...
... tutting from the audience please. Obviously I am mad with myself but I do have time to recover and the hangover was a timely reminder not to indulge too much. On Saturday we had a family gathering at my Oma's graveside to lay to rest some of my fathers ashes with his mother. With no running on the agenda due to my chest infection, I went sightseeing with Antje (cousin) on Sunday, visiting the Eastside Gallery, Checkpoint Charlie and then the ...