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... Berlin, but the nightlife was still pretty good. Lots of big clubs that play German trance and the people are generally very friendly. One night we attempted the popular "anti-pubcrawl" tour - to see the bars of Berlin without any drunken loud behavior. However, us and some Kiwi friends only made it two bars in and ended up having more fun playing with fireworks.
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... to orientate oneself to the city and to learn interesting facts along the way. A good deal for 9 Euro.
The site of Hitler’s bunker is actually a parking lot now. The sign to mark the spot wasn’t erected until 2005. They did not want this site to become a shrine for any Nazi supporters. Understood. But tourism allowed for this sign for historical purposes only.
The remaining stretch of the Wall is also somewhat protected and it gives an eerie feeling ...
Another hot sunny day here in Berlin. Temperatures up to 32 degrees C, zapping our energy, but not so much walking today.
Some new places to visit today starting off after breakfast with a visit to the Bergmannkiez area. We saw the Luftbruckendenkmal - Airlift memorial outside the former Tempelhof Airport. Then back on the U-Bahn to visit the tourist hotspot of Checkpoint Charlie. Forever a tourist magnet, the area does have a few other interesting sites and ...
... some exhibitions on the new palace they want to build, science, art and culture. Final stop for the day was at check point Charlie museum. The exhibition was huge and filled with huge chunks of text, it covered the wall and it's history and incidents, original objects from successful escapes under, over and above and the world wide non violent struggle for human rights. After a huge day sightseeing we got some take away dinner for the train trip back to sleepily walk back into ...
... asked me. I looked around the empty office and replied no. In walked another lady at this point who collected a number from the tiny machine located in the corner of the office with no instructions. The machine that I had never seen before and which I wasn't required to use last time. As soon as she collected her number, it was called and she was served by the same lady at the front desk whilst I walked to the number machine and collected my ticket. Frustration levels raised ...