Hotel Dietrich Bonhoeffer Haus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... various German vineyards. We were able to chat with the people around us and even got to speak to several of the chefs. There were 2 other separate rooms full of food and wine stations that we floated around and got to try numerous foods. Unlimited champagne, wine and food were the focus of the evening, meant to showcase the best of German cuisine. We had an absolute blast and even walked away with a goody bag and our aprons as souvenirs!
... that really stood out to me on this tour was the Jew memorial. Just incredible. There were 600 concrete blocks all different sizes representing all the Jews who lost their lives during that hideous time. It was the strangest feeling being amongst the large concrete blocks as you felt vulnerable and lost, but at least we knew how to get out! We then biked through teir gardens and they were beautiful. Best bike ride, there was a warm breeze blowing through the ...
... No more travel mug for tea, half my oatmeal and granola bars are put to the side, and I lose the belt. Pack it again.
Still unsatisfied, I decided to leave it for the night.
I curled up next to Nick and watched him doze off in a matter of minutes. My tired body begged for any small amount of sleep, but my mind refused.
"Nick, are you awake?"
"Why? It's going to ...
... two walls you would be shot at by the soldiers. 138 people died including two 18 year old boys who tried escaping. The one guy made it over to the west and he was free, the second wasn't so lucky. He got to the top of the wall and got tangled in the wire at the top, he was bleeding so bad and was screaming and when he fell off he fell on the east side unfortunately. He laid there screaming and no guard would help him. Two hours later they took away his body. It was in central Berlin ...
... It was somewhat creepy getting to, as it was located on an island (I didn't think the name 'island slam' was literal!) in the middle of a lake in a huge, poorly lit park, which walking through alone at night seemed somewhat seedy. Once I'd made it there though, I felt this weird kind of nostalgia. Being in a room of poets again, it was like I'd found kindred spirits.. even if we lacked the language to express it properly to each other. I simply scribbled notes ...