A & O Hotel & Hostel Friedrichshain
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... and the Berlin Wall of course (slightly underwhelming, but cool street art). An alternative sight that I really enjoyed was walking around and abandoned theme park, completely overgrown with trees but with a rotating Ferris wheel. Unfortunately it's guarded pretty well by security so you can't explore, but it's creepy and definitely worth a visit. But onwards and upwards to our next ...
... some talks ended up being nothing more than motivational speeches. I'm already motivated, I don't need any of that.
After the afternoon sessions the rooftop bar opened until midnight. It closed at 12 but that didn't stop me from hanging around long enough that I missed my connecting train to get home at 00:50. Really annoying at it was just leaving as I was running down the steps.
I did a 4.5 hour bike tour in the pouring rain today. It wasn't exactly dry and warm but it was definitely worthwhile. I was able to cram in so many more sights than if I'd tried to see them myself or on foot. It was a nice group of about 14 people, all intrepid enough to try a bike tour in terrible weather. I bought some warm gear beforehand and chucked on a rain poncho, and away we went! We went to lots of ...
... Jews and the Berlin Wall. Also went to the Memorial for Jews and other memorials to this part of history. With our legs ready to drop off, we took time out to watch street performers at Alexanderplatz, had some gelati and then headed home. Ready to leave Berlin. There's only so much war stuff you can do and, if much younger I'm sure it's a partying place, but for us, it's just so ugly compared to where we have been. Can't wait for Prague ...
... you might be, you were Jewish, and therefore you must be exterminated. It was really odd. Like some people were judges or lawyers or doctors or surgeons with so much experience and knowledge and expertise, and the government was happy to get rid of them because they were a threat. Some of them were ordinary people too, like labourers or teachers or nurses or boilermakers, and you go away seriously wondering how they could have possibly been a threat. It's truest very odd. But ...