Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... lit in the air.
All said and done it was a great piece of history to bare witness to but we were thankful to make our way home to the warmth and some delicious pizza.
In the morning we bid farewell to Richard as he was off to work and then Anna and Moana who had hardly grizzled the entire weekend. She looked like such a doll in the morning it was crazy to think the next time we see here she will probably be walking and talking.
Finally it ...
... instead of Pita. It was delicious.
N felt better the next day so we did the New National Gallery. It was a very cool underground space. Lots of awesome things in there too. We then headed to the Holocaust Memorial, N had to see it, well, because it is a must see. You really have to experience it if you have the chance. I then led N to the Brandenburg Gate, and we walked round to the Reichstag and back, after which I took N ...
... both parties engaged in creating a place of suffering. How can people today look back to Sachsenhausen and see the difference between victims and perpetrators? Someone may of course argue that the Soviets had suffered great losses during World War II, and that this sort of retaliation was only due to the fact that so many of their men has been killed at the hands of the Nazis. But does suffering justify additional violence. Is it reasonable to ...
... sad or shocked, but this one left us feeling angry. Again, this is our opinion of the museum and not the Jewish faith and their struggle. That evening we went to a Couchsurfing meeting. That was at Cafe Avril in Kreuzberg. It was a very good meeting of people from all around the world. Must have been at least 35 people. We left around 10pm because we had to get up early. It was great to travel to another, more suburban, part of ...
... murals of street art. We check out another section Friedrichstein where a street artist is completing a mural. I grab a Berliner Pilsner to have on the train and get the creative juices flowing. The next step was to cut out a stencil and spray paint it using our newly acquired techniques. My masterpiece was the zebra. I sold it for free.
The six of us in our room are all out on the pub crawl that night - a ...