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... new job.
It was too busy for me to halt everything and reorganise my mind, until now.
There was a wall named Lennon Wall when the Admiralty Occupation Site was still there. It took reference to another wall in another side of the world, in Prague, to name the wall after the great songwriter and vocalist of the Beatles, John Lennon.
The wall was grey.
Then, people started posting their wishes with vibrant colours.
... as the guards would drown people in the baths. Beside that were broom closets in which people were forced to stand, sometimes in such tight quarters that they suffocated. In the open field, there is a walkway in the shape of half a circle. This is where the Nazis used to make the prisoners walk & test military footwear, often with heavy weight strapped to their backs. They had no regard for proper shoe sizing, causing permanent foot/toe deformities, and would ...
... process was also handled solely "auf Deutsch", meaning that we have now mastered the art of complaining about bad transport services in both Spanish and German in the past two months.)
Our accommodation in Berlin was excellent: a small but comfortable room on the top floor of a pleasant hostel in the Schoeneberg district. Only downsides were that the room got stiflingly hot during the day, with temperatures over 32°C each day of our visit, and the masses of ...
... the continent. And this is a good thing. The soul of this place has yet to be sandblasted away and covered over with a high gloss finish. In the regions we explore, there are no glitzy resorts or wristband hordes piling their plates at the breakfast buffet. Much of the accommodation features family run bed and breakfasts and simple pensions. Portugal serves as a reminder of everything we have squandered in our drive for convenience, efficiency and uniformity. There does not appear to ...
... and fridge; come to think of it, pretty much every inch of the place was covered in the best graffiti. And the music, oh my goodness. Whoever those DJs were, I bloody loved them. They started off playing songs off the band's new album (obviously as this was the album launch party), which if you care to hear their sound, check out the video on http://www.jennifer-rostock.de/. And then it switched to a bunch of other German music that even if I didn't understand, ...