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... to in our time there. This meant that during our next couple of days in the city we could focus on a few key things that we either missed or wanted to do a deeper dive on and we could also enjoy some of the non-touristy parts of the city like the restaurants, shops and different neighborhoods.
We spent the next day catching up on some housekeeping things (literally, we did laundry). There was a nice little Laundromat right down the ...
... so we kept it pretty low-key for the rest of the night. On our second day, we visited The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe; it was heart-wrenching, but absolutely beautiful exhibit and memorial. We also walked around Germany's largest outdoor flea market, which was of course a great way to get a feel for the culture. In between all of that, we saw the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), and Alexander Platz. On the next day, we visited the world famous ...
... half a week until that happens. One of the key benefits of flying to somewhere so far as Europe is that it always means that there will be a stop over somewhere. This is the main reason that I chose to fly with China Southern Airways. While I didn't make it out of the airport on the way over, the extra time that I have as a stay in China should mean that there will be no problem with me being able to get out to see Guangzhou this time (fingers are crossed).
... Today we learnt about the verb Kann (can) and how to construct a sentence with more than one verb. It's a bit tricky.. Ich Kann, du kannst, wir können, ihr könnt, sie können - all the different ways you can say the word Kann. Eg I can, you can, we can etc. For every verb, we must know all these variations so to construct the sentence appropriately. It's tricky. And they must be in second position after the subject. We have also been practicing how ...
... introduced the world to his new baby by dangling him out the window).
Randy suggested that they put up a sign saying “falling baby
zone.” On to Checkpoint Charlie for our last historical stop
within the city.
Following a hearty, stereotypical
German lunch (pork, potato salad, spaetzel, apple strudel and beer,
of course), we drove about an hour north of the city for an emotional
visit to the site of the Sachenhausen concentration ...