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... that I was considering going.
I received responses from everyone I contacted, which all had an invitation for me to come to their Seder. While I ultimately chose to spend Seder in Hamburg, Germany this year, it was reassuring to know that there were many people who would have allowed me to join them, another example of the perseverance of the Jewish people.
Being a brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi, I was excited to be able to attend the European conclave and meet ...
... country (or two) that is so foreign to us Americans and makes it a very fun way to travel. Since Bree and I were seasoned veterans of several (three or four maybe) international rail excursions, we fought my Dad’s urge to treat the train station the same as the airport and arrive 2+ hours before your trip. In our experience train stations have far less to do and you never have to go through security or anything before your departure (of course we had to throw that ...
... for a year for artists to show their work. Rain. Spooky exhibition -"ghosts". Bar on 9th floor- didn't have time to get there. Sections of Berlin Wall still there. Artists working on walls behind them. Walk past a huge "gypsie- teepee village. Shanty town."' The tree house on the wall furniture cemented in. Garden. Community support. Local pastor. Still lives there. 350000 Turkish community, apparently comes alive at night (didn't ...
Enjoyed breakfast with Dave. Compared stories from yesterday's activities. Plotted out the day. Cleaned up, mapped my route & off I go. Visited Prenzlauer Berg - a neighborhood in northeast Berlin. It's quiet here. It's described as a working class district with refurbished buildings, cobblestone streets with leafy, laid-back squares. I couldn't agree more & soak up the less-touristy neighborhood. Shopping is great. Already found some gems & now sipping a Pelligrino, ...
... and the lineup was ridiculous, even at
2pm. It will have to be on the 'next time’ list.
I met up with Andrew the Scot; our entry time for the Reischtag was at 2:30. As you walk up
the ramp, circling up the glass dome, it’s a panoramic view of Berlin. Which, I have to say, is humdrum. Berlin was bombed flat in the war, and rebuilt. The skyline, such as it is, is
drab, much like Munich. So, I thought it ...