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... state red to walk home and we past the east side gallery which is the Berlin Wall and has be professionally painted and graffiti and goes for about 1km then walked back to the hotel around 5 then had a rest till tea where we decided to just go down the road to a pizza and paste restaurant and I got a steak and salad and jess got a curry chicken and the meals were lovely then we all got strawberry daiquiris cocktails till late then got to be around ...
... However, once the congregation began to welcome the Sabbath bride with a thunderous rendition of L'cha Dodi, the language barrier was extinguished immediately. Singing and praying in Hebrew became our common language. Unlike the services I was used to at home, the entire service was in Hebrew. It was an incredible sensation doing the same Jewish rituals in Germany as I did thousands of miles back home. Services were sang full of jolly and there was an enthusiasm that ...
... we of course had to stop to sample a couple of the delicious offerings. One thing that caught our attention as we walked by was called Raclette which at this particular stand was an amazing flame broiled wheel of cheese that they scraped off the bubbling top layer and used to cover fingerling potatoes. It tasted ten times better than I can possibly put into words here. Unfortunately between the five of us it was gone so quickly that we didn’t have a chance to take ...
... dinner was a hamburger and a chicken nugget burger. So. Weird. Lol While we were doing all this pointless walking Dan announces he wants a bike. I go yeah sure that would be a good idea. What Dan wants, Dan gets. Of courseeeee we would find a day market going on. And of course one of the people there would be selling bikes. And of course one of the bikes would be cheap enough that Dan actually haggled him down to a price that both his cheeks couldn't squeak at. His saying. Not ...
... into it. It's an important memorial after all. But on my tour I learnt that this certainly was not the case. The memorial was built by a American Jew, who decided on the concrete slabs to replicate graves built on top of graves in a Jewish cemetery in Prague. When you walk through the memorial, you get this strange feeling on emptiness and desolation. When you go deep into the memorial you can't hear anything or see anyone. Perhaps that's the purpose of the memorial. ...