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... into smaller groups for the day and ventured around the city in these smaller groups. I liked my group though, it was a nice, fun, diverse group. We first took the metro to take us to the Tiergarten which was at the other side of the city. Once there we began to walk around and arrived at the Siegessäule (Victory Column). There of course we took many pictures and because of the gorgeous sunny weather we decided we could walk to the other places we wanted to see instead ...
... riding. It actually worked out for the better because we ended up finding a street food market which was selling heaps of different types of food. We had a panini from the vegan shop which was really yum. There were heaps if dessert stalls too which we planned to get into but ended up being too full after the paninis. From there we were really close to the gedenkniskirche so we rode there next. The gedenkniskirche (memorial church) was bombed during the war like ...
... benefit from a little intervention and instruction. And the “sponsor” of the current “Checkpoint Charlie” would benefit by showing the tourists the true purpose of that small area.
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... telling us about her trip to Berlin about 4 months ago. After getting off we headed to the train info station to make the next leg of booking (Berlin to Frankfurt) to ensure we had a seat. Then we went to the tourist info point to buy single tickets to the Alexanderplatz stop. Our Hotel Ramada is about 200m from this stop and it's in the East berlin side. After checking in we bought a hop-on ...
... the night before and I'm struck by how, even after nearly six decades, German people my age still grapple with the idea that normal people could allow and enact the kind of cruelty to one another that so many people in Europe accepted and subscribed to. I'm again struck by the similarities between Germans and South African's and how we are both still struggling to define our values and identities outside of our ideological, political and cultural heritage. Josie tells us ...