Hotel Gendarm nouveau
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... state red to walk home and we past the east side gallery which is the Berlin Wall and has be professionally painted and graffiti and goes for about 1km then walked back to the hotel around 5 then had a rest till tea where we decided to just go down the road to a pizza and paste restaurant and I got a steak and salad and jess got a curry chicken and the meals were lovely then we all got strawberry daiquiris cocktails till late then got to be around ...
... moment they fluctuate the price. They have a television screen that looks like a screen from the New York Stock Exchange to keep track of beer prices. If no one ordered a lot of beer for awhile, there would be a "crash" and they would ring a bell, and all beers would drastically drop in price. To eat, I had Schnitzel, which was really just breaded pork, but it was very tasty. My beer of choice was a Berlin craft called Berliner Pilsner, which tasted really similar ...
... to believe that they put on this kind of pageantry every single day in the summer and every other day in the "off-season". After listening to the band a bit more and catching glimpses here and there of the ceremony taking place we decided to beat the crowds a bit and head out.
After the changing of the guard, my parents and brother went off to take a quick spin through some of the other sights while we went to say hi to our (also) newly-wed friends Tim ...
... meaning and experience is left to you to decipher. It may seem hypocritical to enjoy this symbolism while rejecting that of the Berlin Wall, but at least this one challenged you to engage with it.
The walk took us through some pleasing areas filled with epic monuments and historically significant locations. At the end we tipped the guide and I marched back to the hostel. Where I got to do something I actually enjoyed; hanging out with the Canadians. ...
... this museum lies is where only 70 years ago people were brutally tortured and forced to give up information of their loved ones. Hitler used the term "protective custody" for the millions of people he sent to interrogation and concentration camps. This way civilians thought these people were being looked after when in reality they were being tortured and killed. This is just one of the many lies and forms of propaganda used to ensure followers of Hitler would remain as such. ...