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... on the subway at 4 p.m. It wasn’t overly crowded and it didn’t bother me in the least. I was on the direct subway to take me back to the hotel, so that was the plan.
But the day was not done yet. Next stop - Checkpoint Charlie….and to the Museum. It is an extensive recap of the events leading up to the building and the destruction of the Wall. The reading was quite overwhelming but it was very informative.
Once the Wall was built, many people ...
The amount of history in the city of Berlin is immense. During our time here we've learned a lot about the Third Reich and the Berlin Wall. Over the last couple of days we spent time learning more about the Jewish history in the city and visited a concentration camp. Berlin is full of monuments, memorials, and museums and even if we wanted to see them all, 25 days may not be enough. We opted to see the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe (which we wrote about in a previous ...
... the place we had been the most excited about visiting. It took just under two hours on the bus to get there from Leipzig and meanwhile we enjoyed the free wifi! Woo... We have been a bit absent from writing as we've been in a whirl wind of hipsters, markets, bikes, food and wine, and most importantly great friends, new and old. Kathryn We are staying with my good friend Lina, whom I met in chile. She has such a cute apartment, so eclectic yet classy !!! The ...
... damage in WW2 and was between sectors in Berlin's division, but got restored in 2000. Atop of the gate is a statue representing Victoria the Roman goddess of victory, it was taken by Napoleon in 1806 to Paris but returned in 1814 to its rightful place looking down on the square Pariser Platz (Paris square). This is a local joke for the people of Berlin representing the victory over France but is passivized by having the French embassy in the square. In the square ...
I’ve had a great stay in Copenhagen. It was different than I expected, but my
newfound understanding of it doesn’t diminish it in any way. I could have played it safe and stayed in the
city center in an expensive hotel and I would have been insulated from Danish
society in most ways. Instead I chose an
apartment in the Norrebro area which is a bus ride and a Metro ride to the
attractions. And it was worth it. ...