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... stood at the foot of the tower and looked up in pride, the sun broke through the clouds and hit the globe-shaped glass dome of the tower. The light of the sun illuminated on the globe forming a huge bright cross shining over the city of East Berlin.
The Communists were furious! Through their "superiority", they had forgotten to consider the physical phenomenon. They tried to get rid of the cross ...
... a child's shirt (because it fit better) for like 2€!! (WHAT A STEAL!) However, because it was a kid's tank, I ran out of free room to write on my shirt (think surface area people) so my arms were then used! I still haven't managed to rub all of the graffiti off!! Haha. But it was so worth it. We had a hoot!!
Tomorrow's our longest drive day yet as we travel all the way to Amsterdam. The hungover bus ride for everyone should be... ...
... and destruction had spread during the War. It can't be said that we enjoyed the museum, but I think it was really important to have learned about it all.
We were exhausted after the museum, so we walked back to the hostel via the Brandenburg Gate - which was beautiful lit up in the dark - and relaxed for a while in our room. We talked lots about what we had seen in the museum, and reflected upon what we had learned. We were really hungry at ...
... we went for a wander and discovered an entire indoor section which we had missed the last time. It surrounded the Christmas markets on all sides but were inside tents. So it was like a tunnel around the outside full of very interesting handmade things. I really wish I had a bit more money and I could have bought a few souvenirs. They were so interesting, colourful and the artist or 'creator' was usually at the stall too, talking about ...
... were the Brandenburg Gate, Check Point Charlie, the Reichstag Building (capitol building) and Berlin Cathedral. The trip would not be complete with seeing where the wall had once stood and the remaining pieces of it. There are no words that can express the feelings when you walk in a spot were people lost their lives trying to cross. We also visited the spot of the notorious book burning of 1933. There is a ...