Ibis Berlin Messe
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... for her husband and then got on a train to part of the old west Berlin. Here we went to a cool pub restaurant that was featured on a German restaurant show. The food was good and so was the beer. After dinner we headed back on the train to another station, transferred and i got off at the one closest to my hostel. I said goodbye and headed for
the hostel. I had a drink at the hostel bar and talked with roommates for a bit before going to bed.
... explaining the"local" events, making everything much clearer. Noted parallel cobblestone of the road where The Wall had been (in fact, two almost parallel walls with no man's land between.) Back on the bus and completed the tour, with excellent commentary, in pouring rain but noting where to return to tomorrow. So wet, took taxi from the train to the camp rather then bus and walking. Good use of our awning again ...
... pink toes and ********** (thanks holi), been pulled through the metro with a sweating fever through crowds of Indians, rammed by cows, driven enough motorbikes to last me forever- it's more than this, it's the people it's the view that life, ideas and traditions are as they are. Walking away more convicted in what I KNOW than ever before. *that's life-ACCEPT the ...
... What about the people who cannot travel? The people that we see on
the streets everyday begging for food? How can we even feel
disheartened for even a second given how lucky we are. How fortunate
we are not to be in a situation where we have to beg. How fortunate
we are not to have to worry where our next meal is coming from. We
are among the most fortunate people in the world. We can never forget
that. We can never forget that this trip is ...
... devoted to urban agriculture. We grabbed lunch there (and by grabbed, I mean "waited for nearly an hour"...high demand, but it was definitely worth the wait!) and, naturally, returned to the Topography of Terror to actually see the exhibit. It took several hours to walk through the exhibits both inside and out at the site, which sits at the former (long since destroyed) seat of Nazi government. The exhibit details, year by year, the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis ...