Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin, Germany, is one of those places I didn’t even know existed until I was there. And that is the beauty of travel. This photo was taken below the memorial in a very […]
Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Germany Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Germany was on of the things I was very curious about visiting while we were in Berlin and it was part of the free walking tour we took. (That is our tour guide in the center there.) This historic piece of real estate has become very commercialized and […]
Windskater at Berlin Tempelhof Airport Tempelhof was designated as an airport by Germany‘s Ministry of Transport in 1923 and the terminal was finished in 1927. After decades being in the center of historical events the airport closed in 2008 and became a unique city park for the citizens of Berlin. We spotted this Windskater at Berlin Tempelhof Airport […]
Munich was on our must visit list because Oktoberfest was on our must experience list. We stayed 13 km north of Munich via CouchSurfing in the town of Oberschleißheim. A very short walk from the flat we were staying at was the Schleißheim palace complex which is basically an old mansion that begin life when Duke Wilhelm V of […]
While on a free walking tour of Berlin, Germany, we came across this Mercedes-Benz that seems to have been tagged by a gang of first graders. Now I am sure there is a story to this unique paint job but I never had the time to find out.
Our time at this memorial was very somber and gave me a lot to think about in regards to how people can sometimes treat other people.