Hotel- Maison Am Adenauerplatz
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... headquarters of the Nazi secret service, Schutzstaffel, or SS. This is now the Topography of Terror museum, which we plan in going to tomorrow as well. Finally, it was as if the Nazis surrendered and WWII came to an end. Unfortunately Berlin had more issues in the decades to follow. Since the USSR technically "won" WWII they got a part of the spoils, which included the east side of Germany and one quarter of Berlin (the east side). However, since ...
... a lot of detail surrounding the discrimination and eventual detaining of the Jewish people. There was a lot of photos on display some which were bit graphic. The overall display gave us a very sobering experience and we didn’t even walk all t’he way around it.
After a bit of fresh air we decided we were all getting hungry and headed off to find the metro to get to a Brauhaus which we heard was good. Was bit difficult getting tickets from ...
... third of the women here wear Hijabs
and there are shawarma donner places and halal eateries everywhere, blending in perfectly with the Danes who live
here. Bikes everywhere and they have the
right of way. And these people have some
serious bikes. Some are sturdy things and there are designs of bikes I have
never seen. Christiania (more on that
later) have two wheels in front and one in back with a cart in front. ...
Stuttgart scored early in the second half but the majority of the crowd remained loyal and supportive of Hertha right up to the dying minutes of the game. There were some people who left early but they were seated along the half way mark. No one in the section behind the goals left before the final siren sounded. The away team did a little dance in front of their supporters before leaving the field and Hertha walked around thanking their fans to applause.
... the apparent "best schnitzel on the planet" (obviously never been to Adelaide), and took a gingerly stroll through the streets - on the way finding a street party, and getting an insight into the club-scene of Berlin, and we made our way to white trash fast food. We didn't make it past the shisha place next door though, as we sat smoking a pipe, having a couple of cocktails, and chatting to the Lebanese owner.. Berlin is pretty ...