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... they had just forced all crucifixes
to be removed from all the churches.
Then we rode to what is now a university, but was a library. In 1933, Hitler
demanded all books by Jewish/Communist/anyone not in line with the Nazi party way of thinking
be burnt. Around 20,000 books just from this library alone were burnt. There is
an underground memorial of empty bookcases to represent lost knowledge just
outside the building.
... and a market where I bought a ring and a necklace for a total of 45 euros.
We took the S100 bus and looked around. The ride wasn't too long but was nice if you don't wanna walk around.
We later after much looking found the Pergammon Museum. We spent two hours at the museum. The blue wall and Roman wall are impressive. There are also some cool Turkish stuff. It's not German at all... but have quite interesting stuff.
... of time we had allocated and then went to bed.
We woke up around 08:00 on Sunday morning and had breakfast at the hotel. This was by far one of the biggest breakfast bars we had both ever seen! There was a good range of breakfast choices but I especially loved the yoghurt with fresh berries and mango pieces.
After breakfast we caught the Underground train to Alexanderplatz to meet our tour guide for the bike tour. We noticed how clean ...
... the German government meets there. The original domed roof was rebuild as a glass ‘beehive’, and you can walk up a spiral
ramp along the inside, all the way to the top. Looking down into the building, you can see the legislators working in parliament. After the tour, a fellow from Scotland and I went over to get tickets. We had to stand in line for an hour for the security check, but we got tickets for Wednesday afternoon. After being on ...
... arriving near where I am staying.
I'm staying in one of those concrete blocks but cannot complain about the interior of the place (see photos attached). It is very clean and modern one bedroom apartment inside. They have made some great choices with the decor and have made the best use of space by utilising a internal cupboard system that allows the bed to fold up into it leaving you with an oversized walk-in wardrobe. It comes with internet and ...