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... lived in Berlin and who we would be meeting for brunch the following morning, we had dinner at an insanely popular Lebanese place called Babel, around a 15 minute walk from our hotel. Although reasonably priced, muggins here ordered falafel and baba ganoush. I swear from prior experiences that I thought I liked baba ganoush but I certainly didn’t like what I had, it was incredibly acrid. After stealing some of Mattijs’ hummus and sharwma ...
... they had just forced all crucifixes
to be removed from all the churches.
Then we rode to what is now a university, but was a library. In 1933, Hitler
demanded all books by Jewish/Communist/anyone not in line with the Nazi party way of thinking
be burnt. Around 20,000 books just from this library alone were burnt. There is
an underground memorial of empty bookcases to represent lost knowledge just
outside the building.
... I forgot, she’s just confused HAHA). Anyways I went to Carrefour to buy some dinner and snack for the long bus ride to Berlin. Then I went back to my apartment and started to pack for the weekend and clean a bit. (my mom would be soo proud of me! I’m actually cleaning here in France, that’s a BIG step for me!).
The bus was at 7:30pm and we all gathered at Porte DeSilles and ...
... Jews) - 2711 concrete blocks (stelae) made to look like a cemetery, with info. centre underneath. The fields of blocks really are meaningful. Walked to the Brandenburger Tor, symbol of German reunification, with adjacent Pariserplatz. Guy in top hat and tails playing miniature barrel organ. Walked on to see the War Victims Memorial, small plaques honouring those who died trying to escape the east. Walked around the Parliament (Reichstag) . Had hoped to climb the glass domed ...
We woke up at 6.15am due to a piercing alarm through the hotel complex for a few moments. Then peace was restored, however our day was just starting. Packing our bags and checking out of the motel, we walked down to Oxford street and found a lovely cafe for breakfast. We went inside to pay our bill and walked out to teaming rain. With brolly at the ready, we bravely explored the stores in Oxford Street. It was ...