ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin Charlottenburg
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... could so easily have talked to Charlotte all day. Each site was different and amazing to take in. The Holocaust memorial is able to be walked through freely, and is an eerie experience. You know you're surrounded by at your group of forty-something people plus the public, but you can't see them except for small flashes as you pass between rows and rows of high stone rectangles and even then sometimes they will be closer or further away than when you last saw them which is ...
... buildings. It truly looked like a war zone. Brandenburg Gate, though battered, stood by itself in the division of the city with it's chariot facing East. After going through the process, the 3 of us walked from West Berlin to East Berlin across no-mans-land at Check Point Charlie. We just visited for the day but it was an intimidating experience that is still vivid in my mind.
Fourteen years before the fall of ...
... blasting Portuguese hip hop. We are in the hood. Lisbon is one of Europe's great cities. Situated at the edge of the continent, it has seen a long line of conquerors from the Celts to the Romans to the Moors to the Christian Crusaders. The city was at its height during the Age of Discovery when men like Vasco De Gamma, Bartholomew Dias, and Pedro Alveres Cabaral set off across uncharted oceans to capture and plunder far off lands in present day Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, East Timor, ...
... of Terror, the remnants of the Berlin Wall, a memorial to the murdered jews of Europe, Brandenburger Tor, ect. I also rode through the English Garten and had a very strange looking lunch, which included two small weisswurst (white brots) that required me to peel the skin off and a beer with some type of syrup that made it green.
The second day I went to the German History Musuem, which was excellent - it took about 4 hours to get through all of the ...
... random Thai/Malaysian lunch we biked to Tempelhofer Freheit - a giant open park at the site of a former airport. Turkish families had taken over this park with barbecue and picnic scenes as several bikers, including Amy, enjoyed riding on the former runway. After this we returned our bikes for good (phew!), ate a giant ice-cream sundae in an edible waffle bowl (really messy...) and continued to Mauer Park which has a huge flea market on Sundays. By the time we got ...