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... chosen for their content but also for who wrote them ie Jews. There is a memorial under the square dedicated to this. Our guide told us the story of how the wall came down here as the final part of the tour.
After all that was time for lunch and a rest in the Tiergarten a big park in the city. We found a shady spot outside the former Reichstag building which is the current parliament building. We walked back to the apartment later through Alexanderplatz, a ...
... massive city of Berlin. We first headed to Alexanderplatz to have lunch at the Weihnachtsmarkt (German Christmas Market). There i tried my first beer from Berlin - Berliner Pilsner which was absolutely delicious. Then we headed to the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) where of course we took many mandatory selfies and group pictures. Afterwards we walked around the vicinity of the Reichstag and the Holocaust memorial. When the night fell, we headed back to the hostel ...
... other side of the wall who they threw a hammer on a rope to, and they transported a cable back up which they attached to the roof and then zip-lined over! Apparently some people managed to tunnel underneath, and others got over in hot-air balloons and all sorts of crazy things. Opposite the building was a stretch of the wall, behind which was the foundations of the building in which the SS Offices and political prisons were. There is now a museum on this site called the ...
... victims is counterproductive. But all in all Berlin has indicated that it intends to ensure that it recognizes all victims of National Socialism.
In a way, these methods of commemoration demonstrate that Jean Paul's statement still resonates today. Each year millions of people visit Berlin. In the very act of coming to this city and visiting the memorials, you participate in it's journey of memory and commemoration. By ...
... different from Asia where we were consistently in the high 30s or 40s. Most people here dress in pants, jackets, and even scarves.
I've never been so happy to go grocery shopping as I was our first full day here. It was so nice to buy fresh fruits, veggies, hummus, yoghurt, and all our other favourites. With a grocery store across the street, many coffee joints nearby, and a terrific flat, we are definitely happy with our decision ...