Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg
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... things that shocked and surprised me was that some of the Nazis leaders lead quite normal lives after the war and received very minimal sentences (some living until the late 1990s, early 2000s). After this I got to meet up and spend the afternoon and evening with Lauren, whose contiki group happened to be in Berlin at the same time. It was lovely catching up and seeing her. We went to the Ritter chocolate shop where we made our own chocolate (chose the ingredients) ...
... I will soon not forget my first Shabbat in Germany because of the unique spiritual connection to the service.
I arrived to services early and initially; I sat alone in the sanctuary. But as other congregants entered into room, they greeted me and made me feel welcome. The only problem was the language barrier. I had taken 4 years of German in high school but took a hiatus until college. The conversations quickly turned to English in order to sustain the ...
... at the beginning of our trip, it was really fun to share some of what we had seen before and also some new experiences with my family. Our next stop was the train station to head underground (and underwater) as we made our way to Bruges, Belgium!
Traveling by train is one of the most fun ways that we have found to experience Europe. While there are of course trains everywhere there is just something about hopping on a train and in a couple hours ending up in ...
... immediately strung a sequence of experiences together that generated a relaxed and alternative atmosphere. A lady playing music at a station. The aesthetics of the trains and the stations, especially the crisp design of the signs. Wide open streets with most of the space dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists. These impressions and probably hundreds more that I could not describe or was even consciously aware of create the seemingly unified experienced ...
... more angry about the number of them that committed suicide. I hate that they were able to take away their own misery so easily after causing an unthinkable amount of pain and torture to millions of other people. This is one of the most impressive museums I've ever seen, in terms of information and chronology. It felt impossible to read everything or view all the displays and even after we were in there for over three hours, I still feel that we missed quite a lot of ...