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... there and even though our layover was 6 hours we both had no energy or motivation to go explore. Instead I opted for a beer and salad which made me feel a lot better. Joe on the other hand was super sick and tired. We both did some work on our computers and I planned some of the London leg of my trip. It was so crazy at the airport because there was no water fountains and a small bottle of Evian water was an outrageous 3 euros! I ...
... for a year for artists to show their work. Rain. Spooky exhibition -"ghosts". Bar on 9th floor- didn't have time to get there. Sections of Berlin Wall still there. Artists working on walls behind them. Walk past a huge "gypsie- teepee village. Shanty town."' The tree house on the wall furniture cemented in. Garden. Community support. Local pastor. Still lives there. 350000 Turkish community, apparently comes alive at night (didn't ...
... interested in the tour I think and fell asleep during some of it, as did a couple of the other guys who had also been dragged along on the tour!
It was getting a bit late in the day but after the opera house tour we decided to see if we could get into any of the museums before closing. We ended up getting a ticket in to the Green Vault, which apparently contains the largest collection of treasures in Europe. The security ...
... a little, and manage a conversation. My ultimate goal is to have a fluent conversation in German with my Berliner friends about topics deeper than the weather, things to do, places we have seen and so on. Maybe we won't have so much in common then? I should be careful ;-) Paul discovered Bill Bryson's 'a short history of nearly everything' so we purchased that too - even though I have in stored under the fams house in Winmalee! But we ...
... Actually being at the place where these things happened definitely makes it more interesting.
Next we walked to the Berlin Holocaust Memorial. It was one of the most interesting things I've ever experienced. Now when I say memorial, this wasn't what you would expect. There were no statues or plaques or anything you would ordinarily expect at a memorial. I'll post some pictures of it because it's difficult to describe. In the middle of Berlin there is one ...