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... up feeling better to the place being covered with police . Then wished for cheap food to get by , then a hotdog stand popped out of no where. Then went to the supermarket next to Berlin communication tower , bought aloud of snacks and then chatted to a local girl and made my way back to the hostel on the s line . Went to sleep , boys woke me up then I went out to the pubs had drinks with the ...
... part of Berlin. This was an area in East Berlin that used to be under the control of the Soviets. It was run by the Stasi - who were the communist secret police and they ran this place as a prison where they would lock up and interrogate people who they thought were spies or enemies of the soviet state. In this prison they would also hold trials, where just about everyone was found guilty, and then carry out sentencing people either to 20 years hard labour in Siberia ...
... br> were going to cities that I hadn't already been to I'd be a bit more
excited. Or maybe it's just the effect of having travelled for so
long that I'm becoming desensitised to the sites and attractions. I
feel like I'm getting sick and everyday I feel tired. If I could go
home for two weeks and then come back, I definitely would. But
there's not that much drawing me back home. Only my parents, my
friends (mainly Tristan to be honest) ...
... Jews of Europe. (The memorial was very cool. It is a field of stone slabs with the interior sloping down. At points in the memorial who are looking up at blocks that are two to three times your height.) As I said, Berlin is very blunt and open about their history, both good and bad. Dinner was at another German pub, this one whose beer prices fluctuated continually based on the popularity of the beer. (They called it the Beer Exchange and the principles were very ...
... for souvenirs, as were the rest of the group.
We left the market about two hours later, dripping with sweat. We took the tram, and for the second time that day, got on the wrong one. Fortunately for us, it dropped us off right next to the Berlin Wall Memorial. This was an unexpected turn of events, as it was on my list of things to-do yet I never actually planned on how to get there. We observed the wall, which was imposing. I noted the massive area ...