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Most of the rest of this week has been spent visiting a lot of historical sites around Berlin. Berlin was a hub for some pivotal events in World War II and was, obviously, the site of the Berlin wall and lots of cold war era shena****ns. We took a walking tour around town and got a pretty good overview of some Berlin history, from the Holy Roman Empire up to present ...
... the fact that the walls were made of extremely expensive and rare rosewood. The grounds of Schonbrunn were vast. On the grounds there were a couple major sites that we were able to see: the Egyptian obelisk, the Neptune fountain, and the Gloriette. From the Gloriette, one can enjoy a magnificent view of Vienna before them. It was incredible walking around an imagining yourself as a member of the royal family. You had a huge amount of space to exercise, enjoy nature, or just ...
... one of the most evocative and controversial monuments to the holocaust. Designed my American architect Peter Eisenmann, over 2500 geometrically arranged concrete pillars are all unevenly arranged on a sloping field. The columns, all slightly different in size, evoke a disorienting, wave like feeling that can only be felt as you make your way through the grey forest of concrete. Underneath this labyrinth and confusion is the museum, which offers exhibits ...
Saturday Paul and I slept in, caught up on more of our washing, watched a movie, made more soup and not a lot more. I actually can't remember exactly what we did which makes me think that we didn't do a lot.. Paul is designing a manifold or something so he researched a lot on it and drew some pictures to scale with a homemade compass and protractor. I had a lot of energy so decided to run up and down the 11 flights of stairs to our apartment. Twice. I was ...
... decided to do a little shopping. We went for a little walk and popped into some shops then met up with Angela after she had been to the museum, who told me some of the good stories. We stayed in McDonalds for a while and just chilled.We went next door and got some food, it was the best cheapest food ever. sooooo goood :) Then we walked to the old original part of the Berlin wall and the mini museum/information that is there. We didn't stay long there, did some self ...