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... it back to the hostel I ate dinner and collapsed into bed to recover my legs for the next day.
On my final day in Berlin I went on a tour to Potsdam, an area about 30 minutes train ride from Berlin, where the Prussian kings had their summer palaces. We spent the day wandering through the royal gardens, visiting the New Palace, Potsdam old town, the Dutch quarter (which looks like it really belongs in the Netherlands) and finished up at Fredrick the Greats ...
... able to communicate with people through prayer.
My Jewish experiences abroad will definitely affect my Judaism upon my return to the United States. Seeing how committed the Jewish community of Berlin is to the preservation of Judaism was inspiring, and made me want to become more active in my own community back home and there are many ways for me to do so. I can become more knowledgeable about the Middle East conflict and Israeli politics continue to study Hebrew, and ...
... a big enough group that we found ourselves with a lovely table at the center of the restaurant with not a lot of people nearby. It made for a great atmosphere and the food was excellent…a great start to our time in Belgium!
The next morning at the recommendation of the hotel we stopped in at a little bakery/café for breakfast and it was incredible! Phillip and Bree opted for Belgian waffles (more dessert than breakfast but what the heck it’s ...
... engineer, mining engineer and art teacher. They had been friends since before they could walk. Over the next few days these young men would quickly become good friends, a friendship forged in the fire of card games.
For the rest of the day we sat outside, and then inside as it turned into night, playing card games and drinking the outstanding German beer offered by our hostel. I offered to introduce them to a card game I had recently ...
... Dom which is the Berlin cathedral built in 1849 but like most buildings here damaged by bombing in 1944 then rebuilt. Amazing spent about 4 hours there you can climb to the top of the Dome 270
steps , there are the sketches drafts and models of the planning and building history.
Then on holocaust memorial and to the underground museum all about the Holocaust and about the 7 million Jew's murdered they have a list of all people murdered ...