Wyndham Garden Berlin Mitte
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... to tag along to, which was visiting the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, used during WWII by the Nazis, and then by the Soviets when they gained occupancy of the land following the war. The camp was specifically for male prisoners, in particular political prisoners, and was a forced labour camp, with the aim to work the prisoners to death, unlike in the extermination camps where they were sent to be killed. It was ueed by the Nazis from 1936 until May of 1945. ...
... to get out to the Olympic Stadium on the outside of town. We could not get into the stadium, but we got a picture with the outside of it. Back on the train we went to the Berlin TV Tower.
It was built in 1965-69. It is 368 meters tall, and can be seen from all over the city. It has a revolving platform and is the fourth tallest freestanding structure in Europe. We could see around the city from the windows on it.
... 8217;t do. Much to what happened in WWII when many Germans had bad feelings about the concentration camps but no one spoke up or tried to stop what was happening – one opinion. The original city gates of berlin are pretty amazing and right by these is the Hotel the Michael Jackson hung his child from the balcony with a blanket over his head- fits in with the history! We did a bit more looking around but in the end got too ...
... the street and caught glimpses of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and many suped up cars. The partying wasn't slowing down as we all headed back to Izzy's.
Museums and Memorials, Currywurst and Cocktails- Monday 14th July
Ready for another day of sightseeing we first headed to the Open Air Museum that was showcasing the history of the Nazi rise and fall. This museum really opened my eyes to what the German citizens went through. Living through ...
... Mexican on a bike to different Bodegas throughout the night, to even meeting a fellow UCF student by the infamous grimmy warehouse clubs of Berlin!
Okay but let me start from the beginning!
Brno: although touristic ally you were at most just okay I absolutely loved hanging out with Liz! Although we'd never met before, we both go to UCF and that was more than enough reason for her to let me crash on her dorm floor! And she was great, ...