Myer's Hotel - Berlin
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... it drawn out this way. I'm also glad we came here the day before and saw the actual site and that we were able to read everything.
Next was a section of the wall that was on the east side so there is no graffiti. Tim also pointed out that the topography of terror was on the other side of the wall and that it was the former HQ for the Gestapo. And Tim explained the death strip. The next stop was our ...
... War milestones and a nearby museum which is now becoming a 'little tired' contains an overwhelming amount of information.
Journeying by public transport to the north of the city area we visited an excellent monument to the wall that stretches for more than a kilometre.
... served with chips. It was to die for! The sausage didn’t taste like it had just come out of an Indian restaurant, it was delicately spiced and delicious in combination with the sauce. Safe to say that everyone downed their food pretty quickly!
After lunch we went for a walk through the multi-cultural area of Berlin where there were loads of amazing looking restaurants and shops. We stopped to get cocktails and walked around drinking them…I really wish we could ...
... but apparently not. At the stroke of midnight, it is in fact the next day. So they do have a legitimate point. Out we went, to friedrichshain where we were going to go to lovelite, a club playing some cool jazz tunes. We met up with Heidi's friend Antonio then made our way to the club. Unfortunately Heidi was a little too drunk to be let in, which we all thought was a little off - but nonetheless it was their decision. So on we marched on via a pizza. Heidi was a little drunk by ...
... br> How's this, a genuine Egyptian sphinx outside the bookshop.
It's on loan from the museum. A pretty impressive three and a half thousand years old. It arrived in Germany in 1845 when cultural theft wasn't so frowned upon. I don't see them rushing to hand much back nowadays though.
Gianni for some reason wanted to revisit the memorial to von Stauffenberg who was executed after a failed attempt ...