Savoy Hotel Berlin
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... attempts under, over or through the mined no-man’s land and the barbed-wire laced reinforced concrete wall with dogs patrolling its entire length.
The historic teaching point is that the suffocating oppression of Big Brother government, the abject failure of the economic, cultural and political government's-going-to-take-care-of-ever ybody communist model was manifest in the Wall. Everybody wanted out. The wall became a vital piece of Soviet ...
... or Subway because people kept on bashing in the windows. They finally just gave up.Then I did an alternative pub crawl where we saw local pubs. Instead of pool they like to play ping pong. Everyone circles the table, if you miss a shot your out, until there are two battling it out. Its so much fun. Though I think I drank a little too much last night. Oh well. Today I did a more typical tour, we started at the Brandenburg gates and got the history of Nazi Germany, very sad, ...
... d be on huge train over lunch and there's just no way I'm buying train food! After following googles less than perfect instructions to the train station I arrived just in time to get on the train. The trains are definitely getting busier and as I'm not booking seats I did have to move compartments once, which is less than fun with luggage. I got off at an extremely large train station - as in multi level massive train station which was a little intimidating when you're trying to figure ...
... conditions. The first area that was used during the soviet times was disgusting. The rooms were shocking and the interrogations and torture was so disgusting. We also heard many accounts of who got taken into the prisons. So many for basically no reason at all. They got forced to admit to something they didn't do. Some of it was a little bit over our heads but we had a good time and left wanting to know more about the history of Germany. It was €5 for a 2 hour ...
... for check point Charlie Then I felt not very well and then we went out and found ice cream and a bank and got on a train to check point Charlie we got there and had payed to go in we looked at lots of escape stories from the other side of the wall and then for hungry and found our way back home where we went to the shops and brought some dinner ...