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... one, this course tackles more about theories of art. The course is highlighted by a day trip to the Bauhaus in mid-April. My professor's mother and uncle attended the Bauhaus and will be joining us on the trip as well.
And of course, I am also taking a German language course. How could I forget? Because I miserably failed the placement test, I was placed in the beginner course with other students who had never taken German before. Even my 4 years of high ...
... was about his time in Berlin and the Wall.
The only downside to the whole week was when we were leaving we saw hundreds of young people being prevented from entering the celebration by cops. Apparently they won't let you in if you're late! That's so German! It was pretty ironic seeing a bunch of people at a wall in Berlin pleading to cross the wall. There was plenty of room in the park. This was literally as fireworks were going off to celebrate ...
... the war.
We walked through the trees of Unter Den Linden, and it is a boulevard in the middle (Mitte) district of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is named for its linden (lime) trees that line the grassed pedestrian mall in the middle of the road.
Der Block Der Frauen (The Women Block) is a monument designed by Ingeborg Hunzinger. She financially supported ...
... got a decent amount of sleep. The coach made a few stops along the route and I would get off and stretch my legs a little. The Polish countryside was very flat and green, pretty much the same as most countrysides no matter where you go in the world! The coach was a pretty comfortable ride, it had reclining seats, good leg room and soft cushions. The coach even had an entertainment system to keep me occupied! There was no food on the coach but I knew ...
... in the streets that outlines the Wall's border. Parts of the Wall still stand and are placed throughout the city to remember. I took a walk out to East Berlin to see the East Side Gallery where a long stretch of the Wall still stands, covered in murals from 105 artists from all over the world. That's where you'll find the iconic image of the communist leaders kissing.
Other iconic sites include the government building ...