Appartement Hackescher Markt
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... 946;e, Johanna quite happily ordering for us in German. She had eggs in a glass, a bizarre concept I’d first seen a couple of days ago at the coffee shop in Unter den Linden. It seems to be poached eggs in a glass with some herbs. Utterly bizarre but reportedly quite tasty. I had some scrambled egg which was served with toast with strange tomato pesto spread on it and salad. I wasn’t quite getting the hang of German breakfast, I found the whole ...
... where (aside from a few), they were type casted as Nazis in propaganda films.
In my sociology & philosophy course, entitled The Recycled and Fragmented City, we talk about the state of Berlin now. The title of the class alone should give a good example of the perpetual regrowing that Berlin has undertaken.
Finally, my art history course talks about the impact of different art movements in Berlin. While there is some overlap between this class and ...
... we can manage. We got a few laughs at the hostel but there were also a few people hinting that they'd like one in the morning.
We hooked up with our friend Dave Holtan last night. He quit his job teaching in Madison to travel again. He's been in Russia and E. Europe for 6 months and he's the one that told us about the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. It was great to catch up with him. We cooked dinner at our apartment and then went out to ...
... so much was destroyed in the world war is mind boggling. Berlin is an odd and paradoxical place, and although there is much sadness to remember, there is also beauty. And lots of pride. On our walking tour, we stood atop the site of the bunker where Hitler killed himself....it has, of course, been cemented in to make sure it can never be a shrine to his memory....a parking lot is now on the site. We also visited the Memorial To The Murdered Jews of Europe. Very solemn. Very ...
We started the day early with a 3hr walking tour of Berlin. Our guide was awesome and showed us around some of the key landmarks of the city. It was really interesting to learn more about the war and what went on in the places where we were standing. It also put into context why the city is the way it is today, with so much division and then reuniting. One of the things which stood out to me was his comment about the city being so quiet. I had noticed ...