Hotel Am Luisenplatz
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... the afternoon by biking to the pedestrian-only shopping district in the center if the city (common in Europe) where Rachel and Hannah bought Birkenstocks and Julien bought us our own copy of the Bohnanza card game. That evening we held a BBQ in their garden, complete with 4 different kinds of bratwurst! We then retired to their flat for a game of Bohnanza, which only lasted a moment because we were all so tired from cycling and inventing mice-chicken ...
... site of the Nazi and SS headquarters. It's basically a timeline of what happened from just before Hitler got into power until after the end of the war. The amount of information presented was amazing, we were there for ages and had very sore feet by the end of it! There was also another section of museum in a building at the site, however, we were a bit historied out by that point and didn't go in.
We decided to wrap up the ...
... 25000 civilians died. During bombing of Dresden. Service stop for 15 mins @ 3:30 Arrived at part of Berlin Wall @ 4:20 Left Berlin Wall @ 4:50 Arrived hotel just after 5 Dinner @ 6 Then out to reichstag building Made out of glass, hitler reportedly burnt down before ww2, blaming other political parties, using it to gain power. ...
... kids made a car from Lego and you could put it on a jump to see how high and fast it goes. We then went to Subway for lunch, i got some potato chips and asked mum and pauline if they wanted some! FAR OUT, mums tongue had a little tingle and then when we walked back to the hotel she started to not feel well, so had a telfast. we went out for some fresh air, came back in and still didnt feel well. mum and i got a taxi to the Hospital. We got seen pretty ...
... Was well used in the Nazi era).
Anyway we crossed the Glienicke Bridge which connected the old East Germany to West Berlin. It was where the CIA and KGB used to do their spy swaps.
The Cecilienhof Palace (which was where Stalin, Churchill and Truman carved up Europe/Germany in July/August 1945 resulting in the Potsdam Declaration). In the event, we did not exactly see it as we went to the wrong ...