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... living in Berlin, who had dreads, looked homeless and had 2 beers down his shirt and a can of beans and some tea bags in his bag made our night. He was the funniest man alive and so full of energy and wit. We also met the strangest drag queen a lovely young fellow from the states and his "German" (I'm pretty sure he wasn't German) friend. I can't explain how random this guy was but he was rude and hilarious at the same time asking the most inappropriate questions to ...
... it interesting that the place where hitler died is now a dungy parking space. John had the task of getting himself down to checkpoint Charlie to meet me at 12 when the tour was supposed to finish. I was not so secretly worried about this, but as we walked into checkpoint Charlie, we heard someone yell out from one of the local kebab stands and to my surprise it was john, looking ...
... the skeletal trees. En route, however, I stumbled upon a small garden-within-the-garten, consisting of a shallow circular pool that reflected the Reichstag, with eerie violin music emitted from speakers attached to the surrounding trees. This was the recently-opened memorial to the Sinti and Roma victims of Nazism, and the symbolism here was self-evident, especially in the Schindler-esque violin echoing around, and further so when you consider that Germany has positioned these ...
... excellent was that Paul was hypnotised! More of this later... we were also introduced to a very nice guy who owns his own carpentry company and who might have a bit of work on for Paul. His name is David (pronounced dahvid) and I spent most of the night chatting to him about the poor quality of food in the USA, the universe, preservatives in food and then building pyramid houses. This is when Paul joined the convo. Carmen came from Nürnburg ...
... to experience! We also went to the Jewish Memorial....let's just say it's different. I took pictures! It is an area with different size cement rectangles on different levels of land. The area isn't documented well so some people wouldn't even know it was a memorial. It is completely blank....i guess the artist wanted people to feel not just sad like you would any other memorial, but he wanted you to feel whatever you wanted. In ...