Mercure Berlin Tempelhof Airport
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... and have a better grasp on how the legacy of the Holocaust takes form in Berlin.
So since I'm really just going to be showing off pictures in this post, I guess I'll also give you a bit of a preview of the things I'll be exploring while staying in Berlin. I will be taking several tours throughout my time here all with different themes. One will have to do with Nazi history in Berlin, and another will focus on post-WWII and the ...
... Plaza where he gave his "Ich bin ein Berliner" (I am a Berliner) speech. Brandenburg Gate where Reagan gave his "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" speech.
Hope we can do it all in two days. We started out wonderfully in Coburg and Roedental and had a few bumps along the way, but overall the day turned out nicely.
Check back with you tomorrow night!
Take care my family and friends!
... will make our own way to a few of them for a proper looksie.
4.00pm and Berlin is nearly in darkness. Nap time is beckoning.
Hmmm....7.00pm not wanting to be to Nansy we rug up (four layers this time) including jacket, and off to the most popular Christmas Market, Gendarmenmarkt.
Sorry, can't seem to download any pics this time!
... listing him till I brought him up. Annoyingly though I forgot the much easier Glenn Miller. Yeah, Richard Valenzuela was easy.
They went to a lot of effort with the second half of the quiz as they had scenes from movies but the favourite actor of the quizmaster had been photoshopped into every scene, replacing the well-known star. Quite a novel idea.
These two started things off with a superb ...
... a wall standing around 8/9 feet tall with barbed wire running on top of it. The gap between the two walls is known as the “death strip.” If you managed to get into this zone, a guard in a watchtower would immediately shoot you. At night, savage dogs were also placed near these walls for added security. Escaping Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was virtually impossible. We then viewed the roll-call area, which was a large semicircular area where prisoners’ ...