Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... a metal detector. You need to go through security each time you enter the ship.
After going to our room, we went back to O'Sheenan's for a bite, S- hamburger J- fish and chips + cheesecake. Since tomorrow is a "sea day" we will sleep in.
All in all, the trip to Berlin while long and tiring was worth it. We saw a lot and now have a better understanding of Germany's Capitol ...
... back to our dormitories. I was looking forward to laying down on my bed in my room but i wasnt excited at all about being back in Kassel. I had left a small part of my heart in Berlin.
Berlin was beyond amazing not just because of the landmarks we saw, the pictures we took, the parties and the adventures, but more importantly, it was incredible because of what it did to us; new and stronger friendships with unbelievable and unforgettable memories.
... in Berlin but after the war they decided to not rebuild it and keep it as a ruin as a reminder of the war. Inside the exhibit there are pictures of people holding a service in the church a few days after the war finished and there is no roof or anything. They have enclosed the roof again now but still kept it in its post war state as much as possible. The church was the last thing on our list so from there we rode our bikes back to the shop before heading to the ...
... Jews of Europe, and we waited in a reasonably short queue to get in. It was unfortunately raining a bit so our jackets were appreciated, as was the umbrella the security guard gave us for a while! We then made our way around the museum. It was all done very well, starting with a room that outlined a timeline of what happened to the Jews during the war. The next room housed diary entries, letters, postcards etc. of various Jews writing about their experiences and feelings about ...
... in black plastic all lined up in rows like coffins . each box had a rose and in some cases another flower on top with a piece of paper. On the paper was a persons name and age and when died. Around the outside were banners with writing and placed on these banners were different doll parts covered with red paint to represent blown body parts . Very sombre Unfortunately the feeling was a little lost on the crowd as everyone was busy getting ...