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... us was practically getting beaten by his wife for getting her on the wrong bus. I guess she didn't realize that she is as stupid as he is by not reading the sign on the front of the bus. Anyway, off we go to Berlin. We have a three hour ride, so it was time to lean back to see the countryside. Now this part of Germany looks a lot like Ohio, or Indiana. Nothing but rolling farmland. Really surprising. When we reached Berlin we met a second bus to split our group in half. ...
... photos. This part of the wall was left for people to come decorate and leave messages for the world to see. From here we were treated to some really special- were able to go to the Reichstag, the parliament building of Berlin. Here we went through very strict security, nearly as strict as airports. We went inside and were given a hand set which spoke to us through the whole building, all about the views and history. This was amazing and we ...
... reading everything as did most
of the others there. Really
powerful. One thing that impressed me is
the attitude of the German people.
Nobody is more invested in making sure no one forgets what happened and
how it happened than the Germans.
Museums, monuments and exhibits are everywhere, both temporary and
permanent. It’s a great example for all
of us on how to own up to your mistakes and ...
Off to Russian again. Nice well-behaved dog on the tram...
We went to a nearby lake for Russian. Err... no, not me and the dog. The lake was full of people either jumping in the water with their clothes on... or sun-baking nude. My tutor wasn't impressed... typical Germans!
Back at the beer festival things were winding down. It must be a universal Sunday ...
... enjoyable. There are so many beautiful buildings and the variety of things to see is incredible.
We (Johnny and I) took an early morning train because Berlin is only about 4 hours away by ICE (super-fast train). First we met with my airbnb host, then went to meet Cynthia at the famous Alexanderplatz. There we caught a quick lunch and tried out a much recommended free alternative tour detailing the graffiti life in Berlin. The ...
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