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... Berlin and the artist who won proposed this design. It was chosen for a few reasons. Instead of being a plaque or something that tells you how to feel this gives you an experience. You have to find the meaning for yourself as you walk through. I can't tell you what the meaning was. Our guide explained a few interesting theories but apparently the artist didn't exactly have a meaning in mind either. Really the only way I can describe it is I have never felt that way at ...
... because I would have run out of time had there been even more information to take in. The observation deck above was still open which gives a clear look across the street to the very complete section incorporating all the different components of the border - inner and outer walls, security strip and watchtower. Of all the imagery displayed on placards, my favourite was of some children playing in the rubble of the Wall just a few days after it was finally breached on ...
... sentence and switched it off for her benefit. German lady turned out to be a very nervous flyer. As we landed she looked terrified and ill, and had to pat her face dry from sweating. Actually I had already realised this with the concerned look she had when she first asked me to switch off which is why I decided to switch off to ease her nerves..
During the flight I also did some reading! I love paperback books. I love the way they smell and ...
... had s’mores. I great taste of home!
The following day, after breakfast Joel and I went on a Fat Tire Bike Tour around Berlin. All of the pictures from my tour are posted and captioned on Facebook so I won’t discuss it in detail. However, I will say that it was very worthwhile and I highly recommend anyone who is travelling to Berlin, London, Paris, or Barcelona to do it! The guides are very funny and informative. After our tour, Joel and I went to KaDeWe, which ...
... to the Jews. Besides this memorial, the Jewish
museum was mostly concrete with lots of lines and simple architecture. The
museum was shaped like a zigzag but it had a straight line going through the
middle that were voids to represent the absence of all the Jews that got killed
during World War II.
Then we walked to the Brandenburger Tor (Gate). Its this huge gate/archway that was build between 1788 and 1791. It ...
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