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... and then walked the streets trying to acclimate ourselves. Had some lunch, bought some food and just enjoyed having no agenda and no pressing appointments! This might sound strange, but we always appreciate the space! We have now made a plan for tomorrow - where to go and what to see first. Look out walking tour - here we ...
... we would spend maybe an hour at the museum but when we looked up at our watches it had been three hours. The museum described in great detail the rise of the Nazis and the subsequent atrocities they committed. A lot was unfathomable. It is difficult to comprehend how so many people participated in or turned a blind eye to what the Nazis were doing. After the museum we headed back to the Holocaust Memorial ...
... their way to freedom on the west side. The wall went up in 1961, virtually overnight. From the end of the war approximately 2 million east germans escaped to west Germany via Berlin. (despite the fact that Berlin is deep inside the border of east Germany) Tired of this defection the German Democratic Republic (GDR, or as we know it, East Germany) erected a barricade along the border around West Berlin. Fom that morning on, no-one in East Berlin was permitted ...
... is Wurst 61 it is just a street vender. They also farm barley and hops here and the Germans are quite renowned for beer drinking. In Munich, they have Oktoberfest, which happens at the end of September. Everyone comes to Germany for beer drinking. When you go you see leader hosers (which is the clothing that the guys wear) which the men is dressed up in. If you're not dressed in traditional clothing, you may not get in the tents at Oktoberfest. Leaderhosen is leather shorts ...
... the appropriate guidance I could manage pretty quickly. No evening activities for me at the conference centre as Germany was playing soccer at six and I had an invitation to go and watch at a bar from one of my language exchange partners from last year. She also invited another Russian speaker along - a Ukrainian. I don't think either of them were that interested in the soccer (who would be it is soccer after all). As ...