aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... the water in the sink while taking shower because the water is on demand (although we haven't figured it all out quite yet.) It was very cold water for washing our hair this morning. But the apartment is cheap!
The beds are very comfortable. Food has been good, although mostly prepared at the apartment, so far.
8/24-We slept late. Went to two second-hand flea markets. Saw potato chips on a stick.
... this stage at least half of our group are up dancing including some of the 70 year olds and they are getting the young blokes up who were more than willing to join in. Amazing what good German food will do!
Forgot to say, it seems the Germans are fairly liberal as one of our 70 year old ladies found out. On looking out her hotel window she saw a main in an apartment balcony directly opposite smoking a cigarette - stark naked! She couldn't believe it and of course we stirred ...
... the sidewalk cafés are packed. Unfortunately, not everyone is sharing in this prosperity. The unemployment rate for youth under 25 is thirty five percent and there is a undercurrent of discontent. Anti fascist/political/corporate graffiti is scrawled about the city. Not surprising, like in neighbouring Mediterranean countries, a growing number of young people are calling for a major overhaul of the system. Lisbon is best explored on foot and navigated by getting your bearings from ...
... and Cold War. First it was the Wansee Conference. Now this was a meeting of some key nazis in 1942 at a lovely lake house just outside Berlin. A senior nazi by the name of Reinhard Heydrich who was head of the security police, was ordered by Herman Goering (Hitlers number two and general boss of operations) to sort out the mechanics of how they would ship off all the Jews to the extermination camps - they called it "the final solution to the Jewish question". So ...
... was how quickly they were told not to. We then decided to walk to the Berliner Dom and Bode Museum, and got a little stuck with the excervaions for the new U5 line. There was an information booth and we went in to ask if we needed to walk all the way around and ended up in a lesson in how to build underground train lines (and yes we did need to walk all the way around). The Berliner Dom was impressive (they really seem to have worked out how to build domes - we walked ...