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When I was planning this trip, 8:30 seemed like a reasonable time to catch a train. Now that I am actually on the trip, wow, it is early! Obviously I am glad I did it once I got to Berlin because I had the whole day here but starting out today was a little rough. I had another 5 hour train ride and I slept for 3 hours so it was really uneventful! I did see pretty German countryside but other than that, I was dreaming away! Once I arrived in Berlin, I had a feeling I was going to ...
... I managed to get online on my iphone and checked my bank app and found that the transaction had indeed gone through. I showed this to the server and said I wasn't prepared to pay again. Later in our journey he came to our seats and apologised and said that we were correct, the transaction had been successful. I was very impressed that he apologised and went to the trouble of letting us know.
... into a free outdoor exhibition about the war time and the wall itself. The best part was hearing all of the documented stories of escape and heroic behaviour by common people of the town thrown into horrific situations. We saw the location where Hitlers bunker once stood, the guide was careful to mention that their was very poor signing at this point because as much as it is hard to believe, the neonazi population of Germany still exists and the area need to ...
Another of my new Berlin Russian friends. Well, Russian speaking. She's actually Ukrainian. It seems that just as there's an English speaking faction at InterNations there's also a Russian speaking one.
The tour in action. The tour guide peeking throug,h and the painting itself is an example of entartete Kunst. It was certainly a pretty detailed and deep lecture on the subject. In fact there was a special exhibition ...
... though, the Allies located his dentist, who confirmed his death.
We then walked down the road to The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, which is a city-block sized memorial made of several thousand concrete slabs, arranged in grids on an uneven surface. These slabs range from one inch, all the way up to fifteen feet. Jonathan allowed us to walk through on our own before discussing some of the things that he has heard about what the ...
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