Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre-West
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... Esther, and we found out she was from Hungary. Great, an opportunity to practice my one word of Hungarian that I know! As in instructed on the walking tour in Budapest, I simply said 'I guess you can drive' as quickly as possible. It was just met with laughter, and it didn't get any better in the coming days! The next morning we set off to do the National History Museum. This was a huge museum stretching over 2 floors with thousands of different artefacts on show, The sort of ...
... leading up to and just after the war ended as well. There were excerpts from letters that allowed a first-hand glimpse into the hope that some of the victims maintained and also the despair and confusion that many were feeling after being separated from their families. We were able to learn more about each of the concentration camp sites as well as walk through a room that highlighted several families from different parts of Europe and how ...
... the hostel, ate another kebab because I was still starving and had a beer at the hostel bar. This is where I met my first French Canadian on this entire trip! He's from Sherbrooke. I actually heard a French Canadian couple at the memorial today and a group of 3 guys in a park on my walk. Do French Canadians have an admiration for Berlin or something? Where have they been this entire trip? Ha ha
Tomorrow will be the walking tour and maybe a museum. We'll ...
... was filled with tiring kids, eager teenagers, drunk people, jolly people, and old folks, a real diverse bunch! The televised concert began later in the evening and various musical acts entertained the crowd. The music was mostly fun and upbeat sung in both English and German. The best part though, was as we were approaching the time to count down, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra took to the stage. This is one of Oli's favourite groups! SO ...
... am just trying to learn it! We are also learning about directions and how to manoeuvre oneself about the place. It's quite fun. My teacher devises all sorts of scenarios and always has the class in hysterics. I am very much enjoying it. After school, I visited a lovely bio shop and bought myself a few little presents: coconut oil, coconut flakes to make milk out of and some Japanese noodles. I have especially been missing my coconut oil ...