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... European cities, Berlin definitely has its copper monuments. Horses, kings and even the odd sausage (everyone loves the (copper) sausage) that tend to fill your camera roll and have no story attached. Though in Berlin, there was also plenty of monuments that made you stop and think. The first that we were introduced to was the Holocaust Museum. ...
... we got our seats...We pulled into Leipzig and the train flooded with people. We had ours together up in first. It was the fullest train we've been on all trip. The train stopped only briefly in a couple of towns. One of them was Wittenberg...ok all you biblical scholars out there, why is Wittenberg important? Martin Luther was one of the most influential theologians in history. In 1517 he nailed his 95 theses to the chapel door in ...
... needed to buy tickets to be a part of the group. Holy cow! We had walked so far so it only seemed right that we should attempt our own pub crawl. Frankfurt is famous for their apple wine so all of us wanted to try it! We stayed at this bar and tried the very interesting tasting apple wine. It was rather sour and perhaps a bit dry with a weird aftertaste. I didn't like it but I didn't hate it. For the rest of the night we bar hopped together and rang ...
... and through translation and charades, we still managed to communicate. It amazed me to see how people could get along and get a point across even with a language barrier.
My friend and I also went to see the Berlin Wall. It was so cool to see it not only for the historical aspect, but also just how much it has changed from it's history. While the wall once cut off West Germany from East Germany, today it has swings, a hill ...
... come back in a few years time and see the finished results. Our hotel is located east of where the wall stood. It is a modern building with brightly coloured minamalist furnishings. Close by are gritty reminders of the cold war era and earlier events. Opposite is a short street I walk several times. It is home to a Mexican resturant, language school and skateboard shop. I am puzzled by a tiny overgrown garden with carved stones and a rose coloured column, clearly a ...