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... concrete pillars arranged in a grid but one again not set straight it at a slight angle and uneven floor just to challenge ones perceptions again. Also at this museum- Obedience an intense display. Inspired by the legends of the Jewish, Christian and Islamic traditions it explores the drama and links to our time. Interpretations of God's command to Abraham to sacrifice his own son.Fifteen rooms of film projections,installations,contemporary art and soundtrack exploring this dilemma ...
... might report me to Interpol. This will ruin any chances I have of getting the job I've applied for as they want to do a police vetting thing. The hotel bar is cool and I've acquired an entourage, we all go and watch a cool light show and history show on the river. I head back to the hostel cause I've been up for forever and plan to go to bed.... Three hours later and anther collection of people I "creep" into my 40ish bed dorm and pretty much wake everyone ...
... bike. The crash knocked Paul to the ground and he ended up on the pavement. Unsure how the cyclist faired and don't much care either!!!!!! Paul received some injuries that required the ambulance to attend. He was then transported to one of the local hospitals that could treat him. He suffered from some loss of memory and was either unconscious or had concussion as a result of the fall. He has a broken nose and a small amount of bark off on his leg. Obviously there are a ...
... to go through security, so we were glad when we got inside and found a very informative presentation on the holocaust in particular and other info about the Jewish history in Germany, Parts of it were very moving particularly the Holocaust stuff. We had been trying without much success to catch up with Jenny through the day, and we ended up at Alexander Platz train station and found a bar there to wait for her. she ...
... Because the walking tour was supposed to leave from the Brandenburg gate, that's the area we ended up in trying to find some food. Something we've learned in our travels thus far is that in Europe, if there isn't a menu out front showing the prices, then it's going to be extra expensive, and unsurprisingly there are a lot of places around the gate area that don't have menus out front. The first place we found that did, when we asked to be seated, told us ...