Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel
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... it. I had some life admin to sort tonight but I haven't quite gotten around to all of it. Ah well. As long as I get it done in the next few days I think I'll be safe. Tomorrow I'm off to Hamburg for a few days and then off to Copenhagen (which will be a short trip as that place is rather expensive). I'm going to rather enjoy having a three hour bus ride as opposed to an overnight trip. Three hours I can definitely handle. ...
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The way to Kreuzberg leeds me past Ostbahnhof, where I decide to stop for shoe-shopping! New walking shoes and I'm ready to continue.
During my stay in Berlin, I get in contact with a good old friend Nathalie, which I know from my time in Barcelona. We plan to meet up - last time we met was 2 years ago. We plan to meet ...
... a grudge forever. They have moved past everything and look to a bright future; they keep mementos of the war, such as the Berlin wall, to remind everyone what happens when people get power-crazy and to prevent history from repeating itself. I know I sound like a weird world peace protester of some sort, but after seeing and hearing first hand how the wars affected so many people, of all races, religions, ages…it kills me that we still harbour so much enmity for others. ...
After a short stop in Dresden and a soviet war memorial we made it to the interesting city of Berlin. Another city full of history occurring not to many years ago. It has become and awesome city and one of my favourite stops on this tour. I took a lot of pictures of the Berlin Wall which is now a wall full of art describing what occurred and messages of peace. Something ugly has turned into something ...
... Murdered Jews of Europe
The Site of Hitler’s Former Bunker
Hilter's spent the last 4 mths of his life underground due to the constant raiding. He decided to commit suicide there when he knew he was defected. Cowardly man, dying in a cowardly manner..
This is likely the last nazi building that survived the war and the Berlin Cold War. Still used today as ministry of finance it is riddled with bullets and bombings that it survived. ...