Schall und Rauch Stadthotel
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... bus that could tell us what the
sites were in ‘English’ and straight away they said Hitler was an Austrian and not
a German, obviously the Crouts want to disown him. Many sites were seen the bus ride which took
approximately 3 hours to go around. We then
decided to go around again and get off the sites that interested us. Quite an exhausting day, we had our rolls and
had lunch on board the bus. ...
... but does nothing to benefit the party any further or really does not subscribe to its philosophies). Then there were also those who sort of helped the victims of the Holocaust (for example sneaking food to prisoners in the ghettos, or pretending to not know of any people in hiding when confronted by the Gestapo) but making only minimal impacts on a few people. The way we are able to categorize individuals involved in the Holocaust ...
... quintessential Berlin snack. It was OK. I'm sure Sandy would not have liked it. Good time for me to have it.
I tried to catch the next hop-on/hop-off bus, but the bus driver drove away. Jerk! Anyway, I crossed the street, got into a cab and asked the driver to take me to Rathaus Schoenberg, then on to the Intercontinental Hotel. He said, "So, you like Kennedy?" I said, "Yes, very much." He knew why I was going.
... br> I would've gone for seconds but I already had a food baby. A few of the guys and I headed to the Reichstag, the parliament house in the heart of the Capital.
We walked up the clear dome and had spectacular 360 degree views of Berlin. Headed up top and took pictures with Aj, Chip, Emily, Chris, Sally, Olivia, Yuri, Kim and Steph - we head little headphone sets that went through the history of the Reichstag.
Its one thing to be sitting in ...
... taught at, and Beethoven also went to class there. It was also the university where the atom was split. We had some amazing German ice cream which was huge and you sit at a table and there's a huge menu to order it from. It was delicious. And so beautiful. We went to a concentration camp the following day because we were so intrigued from the previous day. It's called Sachsenhausen and is half hour outside of Berlin. It's just as creepy and heartbreaking as you think it would be. ...