Stars Guesthouse Berlin
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Our first day in Berlin was spent getting orientated, finding the tourist information office, picking up maps and joining a 3 hour walking tour. It's hard to believe this isn't tourist season, there were 60+ people in the walking tour, so it was split into 2 groups, what it must be like in summer? While on the walk, we passed several other tour groups....guides in different languages, tours on bikes, segways etc etc.
The list goes on and on.
As the Bible says, "The love of money is the root of all evil..."
Statements were made that the Jews were coming in and taking all of the good jobs. They were trying to take over their country... DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR? THINK ABOUT IT! All it takes is one small seed of hatred and non-tolerance to be planted, and it can snowball into a Holocaust or a Genocide.
... few beers and kebobs or doners, as they are called in Germany, basically middle eastern wraps. The people watching was very entertaining on a Saturday afternoon. One highlight was a guy with a portable backpack hot dog grilling machine who wasn't very happy to have me take his picture. the picture is self explanatory....
Another night in the hotbox and tomorrow we are off to Warsaw to visit Jason and Kristi, old Free Spirit friends from Hawaii...
... the Rhine and the Danube and finishes with the reunification of East and West in 1990. The museum holds some 8,000 objects on a surface area of 8,000sqm.
I'm spending the last few days here in Berlin visiting the local places on my bicycle, including parks, cafes, swimming pools. I have to give a very short (and very rehearsed) presentation to my German class in German about a famous German so also need to prepare for that as ...
... a stage with kids doing ballet followed by a choir and further dancing. Paul and I enjoyed a Gluhvein and watched a little of the performance. It was very nicely done. However the markets were so crowded being a Saturday, so at times it was a little hard to see. It was also a little hard to walk around too. We had a bit of a look at the stalls. There was a mix of modern and traditional at these markets which was good to see. There was also lots of ...