SensCity Hotel Berlin Spandau
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... the 500,000+ Gypsies who were persecuted by the Nazi’s. This is one of the newest memorials as there has been more of a focus in recent years to include various other groups outside of the Jewish population who suffered terribly (although not on the same scale) leading up to and during WWII. This is a beautiful and serene memorial with a reflecting pool called the pool of tears that has in the center of it a black triangle which was the ...
... was small and very moving but what stood out the most was the amount of German natives in their, literally crying. Clearly they were having a hard time with handling the pictures, stories and losses that occurred in their country.
After this we headed over to the Brandenburg gate and Reichstag Building, which is the current site of their government.
This was followed by a late lunch which was delicious.
Next stop was the ...
... be accessed and the site is currently a car park for the apartment block built there. The only record of the fact that this was the site of the Fuhrer's bunker is a humble sign with some information. We also visited the Brandenburg Gate which is fantastic and an icon of Berlin! Jeremy and I had out photos taken on the Segways. The tour lasted for four hours and was well worth it. I couldn't believe that I survived being out on the road and also riding on a new ...
... we covered about 10-12 Kms. It was easy riding as Berlin is 9 times the size of Paris and flat as a pancake. On the tour we saw some of the last section of the Berlin Wall, the famous Brandenburg gate, hitlers bunker where he had his final days (coward), victory column (Prussians 19th century), death strip, checkpoint Charlie, Jewish memorial, and different squares, platz' and political buildings. The ride was a ...
... What about the people who cannot travel? The people that we see on
the streets everyday begging for food? How can we even feel
disheartened for even a second given how lucky we are. How fortunate
we are not to be in a situation where we have to beg. How fortunate
we are not to have to worry where our next meal is coming from. We
are among the most fortunate people in the world. We can never forget
that. We can never forget that this trip is ...