Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin
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... Charlie and unte de linden where the monument for the burning of books stands. This involved a lot of walking in cold weather but the places all had their own reasons for needing to be seen. After a quick rest, we took off to see the east side wall, part of the original wall that has been artistically decorated. It is a pity that taggers think they are adding to the art. Every section had multiple tags and we even watched someone ...
... War. Do you know the Soviets never called it World War II, they called it the Great Patriotic War. Saw the Reichstad, Brandenburg Gate, and several buildings left from the Nazi ministry's. Also visited several memorials to victims of the third reich. The Topograph of Terror is a documentation museum with hundreds of exhibits with pictures of the Nazi rule and it's notorious leaders. I spent several hours reading the articles they had ...
... and Krystel spend lots of time in Berlin and they know the city really well. They showed us the way to one of Berlin's many great parks and directed us toward some other sites as well. Along the way, we passed the street they are staying on which is full of protestors helping illegal African refugees who have been living in an abandoned school for a while and are now being told they need to leave. Their street was chaotic with people everywhere, including camping out inside ...
We next headed to Checkpoint Charlie for more photo ops but decided against going into the Museum. We spent some time walking along Friedrichstrasse, window shopping, until we reached Gendarmenmarkt which I was interested to see. Unfortunately most of the square was roped off as I believe a TV show or movie was being filmed at that time. I still managed to get some idea of how beautiful the square was. We intended to come back before ...
... that I began to feel the immense pain in my elbow, wrist and hip. My head then began to spin and I thought I was going to vomit. So I sat down on the footpath, had a bit of water and was soon joined by another lovely lady who wanted to make sure I was ok. We sent Paul a message to call me and he did and I reassured her that I was fine and began walking to the nearest station to meet Paul. My bike was pretty squashed and there was a bit of metal ...