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... Germans bother with it.
Another shot of these bikes that obviously fascinate me. This shot more clearly shows the drink holder in front of every pedaler... including the option for beer.
The uni again... I think.
I think this is the Roman Catholic cathedral. We're sort of used to more rectangular cathedrals but it seems that Europe favours a rounder look. Certainly ...
... the Execution Trench, where tens of thousands of prisoners’ were shot, burned, and gassed in the most torturous of ways. Sachsenhausen had over 200,000 prisoners’ stay within its camp over its duration. So many prisoners’ were murdered that the camp stopped reporting the death totals to the state in fear that if the numbers became public knowledge there would be consequences. Lastly, I viewed the Infirmary Barracks. This is where prisoners’ were taken be ...
... in Berlin was the nightlife. This included the 24-hour bars, which you usually arrive at around 12am and stay till you see the morning commuters walking to work outside. This is a really good way to meet locals.
I ended up playing table football with some very enthusiastic Berliners for about 5 hours in a 24-hour dive bar in west Berlin. I was by far the worst player but I don’t think they minded too much. I gave them something to laugh at ...
... Berlin Wall can be traced throughout the city as there is a double row of stones laid where the wall had existed. A small part of the Wall remains in an open air exhibit at the old Gestapo headquarters called the “Topographie des Terrors”. This exhibit does not hide from the events that occurred in Berlin during the 20th century. The Wall did not run in a straight line and it is quite confusing as to whether you ...
... at the Fulbright Seminar in Berlin, along with many other talented, intelligent other grantees. It was invigorating, as well as humbling, to experience the seminar with over 400 other grantees from all over Europe. You see, while there are 140 English Teaching Assistants in Germany, there are also many other researchers, artists, as well as journalists, working in Europe through the Fulbright Program. I saw some familiar faces, including ...
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