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... the pain as you walk around. The city certainly has been rejuvenated with massive skyscrapers, posh hotels, trendy restaurants, and sleek public transit systems, but the memories are still there.
I started out the day visiting the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Constructed by the German government recognizing the transgressions of their past, it consists of over 2000 concrete pillars ...
... on the way home. Wednesday 30 April We started off the morning with some tourist shopping in East Berlin at the Ampelmann store. The traffic light walk symbols in East Berlin are different to West Berlin as the man has quite a stride on him. Next stop was an army store where Ash purchased an old German Army uniform shirt. Continuing with the shopping theme, now we head to West Berlin to the Lego store where Ash got a little model ...
... and a half and met at the bottom of the Berlin TV tower at 6 for dinner. The TV tower is very tall and has a observation deck and a revolving restaurant. The lift up to the top was very fast around 6 meters per second and we are quite high up. Sitting here at the table now looking at Berlin from the top of the TV tower about to have dinner. The lights of the city are so beautiful. It was a little odd on the way in. We all had to take our *********** because of security but ...
... just as it started to rain. So big I don't know how we missed it last time.
We then went back on the train to Museum Island, and after a quick stop for kaffee and kuchen went into the Pergamon Museum - very impressive. Decided to travel to the German Technical Museum to make full use of our museum passes but got there only 30 minutes before they were ...
... And when I ordered some salad to go with it the waitress said to me, "No, that would be far too healthy to go with Eisbein."
Another suburban church. Perhaps it's the religion tax that keeps them all going rather than any inherent piety amongst the Germans
This is definitely a pretty impressive piece of graffiti but I'm not really sure of its significance.
Yet more ...
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