Victor'S Residenz Hotel - Berlin Tegel
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... von Bismarck, then Minister President of Prussia, in 1866. One of the few synagogues to survive Kristallnact, it was badly damaged prior to and during WWII and subsequently much was demolished; the present building on the site is a reconstruction of the ruined street frontage with its entrance, dome and towers, and only a few rooms behind.
The first picture on the right, is a ...
... could never have bought back in Australia. I bought a few shirts, a dress, presents and some rich German chocolate to take back home! Instead of going back to the hotel before dinner, we headed straight for the restaurant where we were given a bowl of pasta, a slice of pizza and some cheesecake- omg I was sooooo full! I pretty much ran the whole way back to our hotel after dinner as I really wanted the first shower, so that I could get straight into ...
... the Hauptbahnhof building. We then travelled back through the city to the Topography of Terror, a museum that has exhibits about the Third Reich under Hitler and the events during the Second World War. The displays were difficult to read and look at, as the events were terrible, and much worse than I had ever imagined. There were images that I'd never seen before that really shocked me, and I realised just how little I'd realised before about how widespread ...
'Vielfalt ist Freiheit' translates to 'diversity is freedom' or 'diversity means freedom' which has been the theme for this weekend and subsequent events for the remainder if the year. Saturday and Sunday marked the 75th anniversary of the November program of 1938. This included Kristallnacht (night of the broken glass) whereby thousands of Jewish shops and houses were smashed and set alight. On this weekend 91 Jewish people were killed and 30 000 sent to be executed ...
... back to the apartment and finished it before I reached the door. I had seen the place earlier with its rotating shawarma meat and for some reason had been fixated on it. It did not disappoint and ended up being one of the more satisfying things I had eaten on the trip so far.
Today was Berlin Day. There were a couple key points of interest we knew we wanted to see and had the feeling we could get it all done fairly early and have time to get ...