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... a walk through the park, thinking about all the things we'd seen. It feels so much more real when you are there. On a lighter note, we found a huge tv screen where everyone watches the football. I wish we'd known about it the night before. The next day began with a trip to the zoo. Berlin Zoo has the widest variety of species in the world so we were excited to go. Surrounded by children on school trips, we had a great time seeing polar bears, lions, monkeys and ...
Checked out of the hotel and checked our luggage. Walked the two blocks to the train station and hopped the train for the 8-minute train ride (with two stops) to the little town of Roedental, Germany. We asked for directions to the Goebel (Hummel) factory and the nice lady in the travel office explained it was only a 10-minute walk. And it was. At the Hummel factory by 9:45. They don't open until 10:00 am. The lady, ...
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My Russian lesson was in a Turkish bar just up the road. Quite a friendly owner. He had one of those electronic darts machines with the ****** plastic tips. I gave him a game then we played triples with another bloke with the loser paying for a round. I started off aiming for the triples on the left side but some of them didn't register so I changed to triple twenty... first dart - triple twenty! I didn't win but I did ...
... it with all it's artwork but we were more moved by the side facing the river. This side had no art work or graffiti, instead it had a single political message; 'This wall has come down but many more still remain.' This message was delivered in a series of large photos of different walls still separating countries today. Walls like, USA-Mexico border and the North & South Korea wall. It was quite a moving piece and made you ask yourself why we still to this day put up walls between ...
... li>The Neues Museum finished in 1859. Destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt for the Egyptian Museum of Berlin and re-opened in 2009.