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... going to do tonight. This hostel has some very friendly people. The Germans are very excited about their game at the world cup on Saturday, apparently thousands go out to celebrate in some square, crazy madness. My little philosophical sidenote this time is I am learning so much about how to live as Im travelling. I believe that people are travellers, even when they are not in a foreign country. We know how to be completely open to experiences, say YES on a whim because we ...
... aren't aware, the wall was in fact 2 parallel walls with an empty space in-between which was called the death strip as it was filled with traps to prevent people crossing. The death strip from this area of the wall has been converted to green space which is lovely to see in the centre of a large city. From what I've read a lot of the empty areas left by the death strip have been put to the same use. After I'd read all I could I visited the museum island. Believe it or not it's a ...
... home. We went back to Alexander Platz for a little look around again but all the market stalls had all packed up so we left to,go back home. Kaya was going out with her friends that night so she was keen to have a little rest. Barry was coming down with the flu so he was keen to go home. We arrived home and had a quick bite to eat - Kaya and I ended up going for walk up to the the road - We visited a few shops and found a great coffee shop that we both wanted to try. Maybe ...
... Red Sox won. Same thing with football. The Giants pretty much suck right now. At least I'll have hockey when I get back to school.
Anyway next morning we left for a walking tour of Berlin and found our other friends. We saw the Berlin Gate or it also goes by the Brandenburg Gate, which was the original entrance to the city. Right next to it was the U.S. Embassy. The Berlin Cathedral was probably my favorite building in Berlin. It's an amazing piece of architecture. ...
... grounds. A couple of the old Jewish dormitory's have been rebuilt in exactly the same spot as the originals. Half of the dorm's are exact replica's of the living conditions that were experienced, with the other half being museums filled with more stories of events that took place here. It took a couple of hours for us to finish in here before visiting the camp jail, kitchen/laundry facilities and the official memorial. We then headed to the execution pits and site of the gas chambers ...