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... incredibly intricate--much different than most theaters in the United States. Finally, we were shown the inside of the auditorium. It was filled with seats, and one of the things that struck me most was the amount of boxes all around. This space had probably the largest box:seat ratio of any auditorium I have ever been to! From the seating area, we were able to see the Emporor's box with his crest right above it. It was super obvious to spot as it was about 4 times the size ...
Home to a very popular festival known as Oktoberfest, Germany showed to be much more than a beer-drinking nation. With rich culture, vibrant nightlife and amazing pork knuckles, Berlin was another city that did not fail to reach expectations.
One of the many amazing sites in Berlin is the Berlin Wall. This barrier was constructed in 1961 and completely cut off West and East Berlin. This wall included towers placed along the walls which guarded no ...
So what did we do, you ask? Well, our site coordinator Heike set up a walking tour for us so we could visit some of the best known areas of Berlin, including the tourist sites (of course). Along the way we were able to visit the Berliner Dom (Dome or cathedral), the Brandenburg Gate, and parts of the Berlin Wall. We were also able to see memorials dedicated to not only Jewish victims, but victims of tyranny as well (set during ...
... in front of Mann Chinese Theater in California with people in cartoon/pop culture character costumes posing with people for pictures. There was a section of the area with a large group focused on a podium and loud speaker protesting America’s impending involvement in Syria. Behind them was a large circle of people sitting in a large meditation circle that forms every day at noon for an hour to meditate on general peace in the world.
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... be me. If they named a disease after me perhaps this is what it would be called.
Ordinary street with an ordinary looking tower in the back. The ordinary looking tower is the Berlin TV tower. There's a restaurant at the top but in general I find these buildings quite ugly and I prefer to stay away.
When I finally got back to my flat I discovered that I had a message about an impending Esperanto dinner. I was pretty keen to attend ...
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