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... out in my sleeping bag on the floor. Instead we were put into the tiny weird room 309 with an aviation theme complete with suspended bed, fold down aircraft seats and runway carpet. Bizarre! On our unexpected extra afternoon in Berlin we retraced our walking tour of the first day to share with Tristan some of the key sites of Berlin. To celebrate Tristans arrival we ate the most wonderful dinner at Mogg & Melzer, a modern kosher restaurant back in the Jewish quarter. ...
... for the guards around the camp so it blocked off the camp as if it wasn't there. Some of the homes surrounding the camp are still owned by family members of soldiers from the SS. We spoke at length with our tour guide about the social dilemma and complexity of second and third generations of Nazi Germany and whether they should have any responsibilities for the atrocities carried out by their parents and grandparents.
Overall, visiting the camp was a sad, powerful, and heavy day for ...
... good as I was hoping =(.
I think I am allergic to my hostess's cat. I have the sniffles, puffy eyes, and am having a slightly itchy throat when the cat is around. Luckily it's not like this all the time. It seems to be on and off depending on how long he stays around.
We have to sleep earlier tonight since Dan has an appointment to sort out his Chinese Travel Visa documentation early tomorrow morning.
-- Ryan L.
... there was so many different varieties of the one kind of fruit and vegetable. I have never seen so many apples, potatoes, onions, capsicums or strawberries in my life! And I had no idea how controlled this industry was. Well I had my suspicions, but really every single item looks exactly the same and it really does come off a production line. And the way they are grown. There really isn't that much nature left to it. It's all done inside and with so ...
It was dark when we set foot in the German capital and the first stop was some free and easy tour in Tauentzienstraße, a shopping street in western Berlin. One of the large shopping malls is the KaDeWe which probably could blow your mind. There are eight levels and each level cater to different merchandise, and the top levels contain purely eye-candy for the gluttons. You can find almost all types of German ...