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... truly an unforgettable experience, regardless of whether you were German or not. Definitely a once in a life time opportunity.
More touristy stuff !
After a bit of a sleep in, we went back to the city to do more touristy stuff. Our first stop was the a small exhibit of the Berlin wall near checkpoint Charlie and the location of Hitler's bunker which he comitted suicide in at ...
... that were installed for tourist/educational reasons.
Dan and I stopped for some ice cream leaving the camp back to the train station since our group missed the first train. Food in this town is so much cheaper than in Berlin (as expected)!
The weather has been super hot and nice since yesterday. I think it is expected to continue like this until we leave (hopefully the weather report is right).
-- Ryan L.
... buildings previousily a jewish community. a lovely collection of niche shops. we then headed along karl marx alle to view some of the amazing old eastern german building that dominate this area. very wide streets and lots of concrete buildings.
we then decided to head back to the hotel for a rest after lunch. we headed back out again about 5pm and went up ...
... beer and waiting for the Aleve to kick
I’m probably going back out tonight anyway to check out more Berlin
Festival of Light sites. There’s one at
the Zoological Gardens. We’ll see. Also a Vietnamese restaurant a couple of
doors down looks really good. But the
menu is all in German. I doubt if I tell
the person I want a #23 she will know what I’m talking about, but those of ...
... the wall, that thing was huge. Went to Hitler's bunker, where he committed suicide, it's closed up so it wouldn't become a monument to him. Off to the Brandenburg Gate, the embassies, Karl Marx's statue and back where we started. About 3 hours all together, all of them cold and windy.
When we finished, we ran into the closest building to get warm. Then the S7 to the main hauptbanhof, to the U55 to the Reichstag for our tour of the dome. The U55 is the shortest subway in the ...