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... to power. So much so, many identified more as Germans than Jews. Unfortunately, this didn't help them. Jason and I enjoyed this museum as there were many positive things to learn about as well.
When I was in China about 6 years ago, my friends and I had a great experience attending a Shabbat service and dinner at the Beijing Chabad House, so I suggested we try it in Berlin. Back in April we went to a Seder in Thailand and it was fun and this dinner was a nice experience ...
... buildings, to name a few. The tour focused on hitler's rise, victims of the nazis, resistance movements and the legacy of the war. The weather was freezing and it poured with rain at one point but still it was a great experience! After the tour we headed over to the spree river where we took a boat cruise for an hour seeing and hearing about all the sites along the river. We could see the contrast from old and new whilst enjoying a beer in the sunshine that finally came out! ...
... digital speedometer (you saw that in a picture or two), automatic parking brake when the engine was turned off, a computer that include a navigation system in multiple languages and so many more things that I did not even figure out. It was called a Picasso and that was pretty cool as Picasso is one of my favorite artist.
With that as the major mission we had to have the car returned by 17.00, on Friedrichstrasse in downtown ...
... and I got my first ever glimpse of the city. At one point we had to come to a complete stop due to some cows on the tracks, but nonetheless German punctuality never came into question. The train was scheduled to arrive in Berlin at 17:15; I think we rolled in at 17:14 and 48 seconds.
Fee, a German veterinarian and PhD student who is also doing her fieldwork in the Tai National Park in Ivory Coast, picked me up at the Berlin train station. I met ...
... Checkpoint Charlie was located. I am finding it difficult to imagine what is was like and just what parts were East Berlin. we also visited the Checkpoint Charlie museum? There were display of things people has used to escape in such as cars, suitcases, homemade planes and a home made hot air balloon. There was such a lot of information and I was very interested to read all about the ...