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... was removed when the wall came down so this is a replica.
Checkpoint Charlie Museum - quite a large exhibition that featured a bit about the history of the Berlin Wall, Human Rights and information about escapes. We also watched a movie here about a family living in East Germany while the wall was there.
The Trabi Museum - Trabant cars were made in East Germany from the 1950's to the 1990's. They were ...
Today we woke up in a tizzy when Jordan N exclaimed that we were supposed to have checked out of the room at 10 AM... 15 minutes ago (because of availability, we had to check out today and check in to two two-person rooms later today.) Like soldiers, we all silently collected every item we owned, shoved it into our bags, and headed downstairs. It all took about 10 minutes. We didn't get charged for a late checkout. Dodged a bullet there. We brought our luggage down the luggage room on ...
... the room. I was surprised to find that my own congregation used similar tunes and for those that were different, I found them very easy to pick up. After services, neighbors wished "Shabbat Shalom" to one another and I went on a Shabbat evening stroll, in awe of how much I enjoyed the service.
The following week I went with another classmate on my program to a small Shabbat dinner hosted by a young Israeli couple in Berlin. I was able to learn more about living as a Jew ...
... him 50 euro for all the great work he did. After a Satisfying lunch, Harry was feeling lots better, but the tour of the Berlin Wall wasn't over. We were headed to the Berlin Wall museum. After 5 hours of gross and yet incredible history it was time to return back to the Regent. Harry still wasn't up to task/mood of going out for dinner so we stayed in our room and ordered as much room service as our hearts ...
... 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 ...