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Travel Blogs from Rangsdorf
... as fun, crowded, or well-maintained as the parks in London. The rose garden there was pretty, too, but the gardens in Wels were nicer. We went through the park, passing the Siegessäule in Große Stern (the victory column from Prussian victories from 1864-1872 - Nate dubbed it the Big Stick) and then following the path around the zoo. It was a beautiful path, and we could see some animals from the outside - flamingos, sandhill cranes, and a camel. That took us to ...
... changes including Hitlers rise to power.
We see many sights such as the Berlin Dome, the largest impractical granite bowl in the world (just because) that has been dropped twice, grand but boring buildings and many statues. Berlin has been bombed so many times that it doesn't really have any old architecture. Everything is named entirely unimaginatively - typical for Germans. It is "old" or "new" or "square". There are construction sites everywhere and over 100 ...
... was born. 6 million Jews died in the holocaust. We stood over hitlers bunker which is now a parking space, where him and his girlfriend took cyanide to end their lives, and following that hitler shot himself and took his own life just 30 hours after getting married. He wanted his body demolished as he saw what happened to an Italian leader just days before. It was dragged all through the city and kicked and spit on and hung to be made fun of. We saw Humboldt university where ...
... the party around him. Paul was so interested in this that he began to tell Bernie how he has a pretty bad phobia of needles. Bernie then offered to help him out.. It started by Bernie talking Paul into a relaxed state of mind, speaking in his ear and asking him to complete simple tasks like moving his hands from his knee or keeping his hands stretched out in front of him, encouraging him to trust and listen to him. He then went through ...
The train ride from Amsterdam to Germany was much nicer than i thought,it wasn't quite the highspeed train i was expecting, it was still fast at one point it was 160klm. We had to swap trains at Hannover, we were trying to get organised, found out we had to catch the next train on the same platform, only to find out we had to go down the stairs and move to another platform. It was a tad stressful having to move 5 cases and nana Crabb to make sure we were all ok, ...
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