Myer's Hotel - Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... rabbits. These bridges are covered in vegetation to encourage the animals to cross. They have done studies and apparently the animals do cross the roads via the bridges. They say that the foxes are getting cunning as they just wait for dinner to be delivered. Maybe we need some our way. Then I went off on my own for a bit. I'm not much of a souvenir shopper, others came back with bags full as I couldn't find anything. Next it was back in the bus. We stopped at St Marys church in ...
... two walls you would be shot at by the soldiers. 138 people died including two 18 year old boys who tried escaping. The one guy made it over to the west and he was free, the second wasn't so lucky. He got to the top of the wall and got tangled in the wire at the top, he was bleeding so bad and was screaming and when he fell off he fell on the east side unfortunately. He laid there screaming and no guard would help him. Two hours later they took away his body. It was in central Berlin ...
Day 1 of 3 in Berlin. Every morning in Berlin I took a bit slow, then spent the afternoon exploring. Today, I mostly road around on the bike and saw the most touristy sites. I passed a hipstery outdoor market on my way to Checkpoint Charlie, whete I read all of the info about the Berlin Wall. I swung into the Stasi Museum and a museum about Hitler and the ...
... covered by a parking lot.
This is where we learned about Hitler's early history. He was actually born in Austria and was very close to his mother, but did not get along with his authoritarian father. He dropped out of high school at 15 and wound up going to Vienna to become an artist. He tried to get into an art school, but wasn't good enough. Someone noticed how real his drawings were and suggested he try architecture. He was able to get into an architecture ...
... exactly in time, but Matsson looked pleased nonetheless. So much he constantly played the song with a breaths distance of the people in the front row, staring right down the lens of any cameras pointed at him, and smiling from ear to ear, and his eyes widening as far as they could.
"Thank you very much Berlin. I’m so happy to be back here, I was here a few months ago. Was it July? Yeah it was. Do I look scruffier?" He bemused the crowd a little bit more before ...