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... the most impressive and enjoyable. To see the actual structures from so long ago, found and rebuilt in this museum (obviously with some reconstruction as they don't have all the pieces) was amazing.
Our return home was via the trains again. A short rest stop and then off to battle the crowds at one of the only supermarkets open on a Sunday, another great find of Rohan’s. We successfully managed our shop and we’re getting to know some ...
... but I got confused, so I ended up touring Museums Island and taking a bunch of pictures of the beautiful buildings and memorials (without actually entering a museum).
I met up with Johnny and Cynthia at the Bradenburg Tor (the big famous gate), and ate a delicious but incredibly slow (thanks to the service) breakfast at a nearby café. We then ran to what I was most excited for in Berlin—and what ended up being ...
... trees smell so good.” I don’t know what had come over me; perhaps the jet lag was affecting my short term memory because I could not stop commenting. Joe was a good sport, I only saw the desperation in his eyes once, as I made the declaration about the trees for about the 15th time, and that’s not a joke….Note, to self, it’s o.k. to have an obsession but perhaps keep it in your back pocket for later as to not drive ...
... how cheap beer is in Berlin? I bought pint bottles of well-known brands for 80 cents or less.
Beer on double plastic bags, throw in the ice, mix in the salt, and let magic happen.
By the time I met my hosts and some friends at the park’s entry the beer was almost ice cold, and Buraka was already playing.
I wasn't really expecting a full on music festival happening in this park, but that’s what we found. The stage was built at the ...
... wasn't allowed to go because he'd never graduated high school.
At this point Hitler tried to join the German army, in deviance of his Austrian father, but was deemed unfit for duty (I'm not sure why). But when WWI broke out, standards lapsed and he was allowed to fight.
After the war there was basically no army anymore. This is when Hitler decided to go into politics.
We also learned why Hitler hated the Jews, although some think that he ...