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July 24th, 2015 – Berlin
Well tody was a day of opposites. After crawling into bed sometime around the 230am mark I was woken at 6am by a dorm mate packing her bags and having an extremely long shower (long enough for me to pay a visit to the downstairs reception bathroom with time to spare). About 15 minutes after she …
... along the former wall.
The most well known is Checkpoint Charlie; one of the most used
crossings during the time of the Berlin Wall. There one can see the
course of the former Berlin Wall and border as it is marked in the
street with a line of cobblestones. There is also a copy of the guard
house and the sign that once marked the border crossing. For anyone
interested in the history of the Berlin Wall, this place is a must
... our way to our hotel for the evening. I had been given a couple gift cards to the Ritz Carlton over the last few years and low and behold, found they had one in Berlin. It was within 5 miles of the airport so that is where our reservation was. OK, there is something quite special pulling up to a Ritz with a reservation. They just have a way about them in every regard. What a class place (knowing we didn’t have to really pay felt ...
... Glad that we had at least seen street art, we walked to the train station, then took a series of trains back to our home base so I could begin classes the next morning. We arrived safe and sound, and since then, I have taken both of my classes for the first time. They seem promising - I'll give you more feedback on them when there's more to report.
For now, I had better sleep! We have another trip planned for tomorrow. Wish us luck!
... more attractive he built the French Cathedral. The locals felt somewhat neglected so to appease his own people he built a near replica cathedral on the other side of the square. Only the German cathedral was a foot taller. Around the corner was Bebelplatz. Another square, almost completely surrounded by the Humboldt University. I mention this uni because its student body once included the brothers Grim, Karl Marx and Max Engels. (If you don't know who they are, look ...