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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... a walk through the park, thinking about all the things we'd seen. It feels so much more real when you are there. On a lighter note, we found a huge tv screen where everyone watches the football. I wish we'd known about it the night before. The next day began with a trip to the zoo. Berlin Zoo has the widest variety of species in the world so we were excited to go. Surrounded by children on school trips, we had a great time seeing polar bears, lions, monkeys and ...
... could hardly breath. She thought she had been pulling on her suitcase with the same arm for two and a half weeks and it caused a muscle in her back to seize up on her. She was in some pain.
Berlin is a huge city. The nice nice lady in the tourist information office told us to take the tram and two busses to the Intercontinental Hotel...nope, with Sandy's back, a 10 minute cab ride would be better. The Intercontinental was a very ...
I don't suppose it would be reasonable to leave for Munich tomorrow without posting about Berlin last weekend. Short and sweet, we had an amazing time. Our party of all ten student teachers (do you get the title now?) traveled together by train and took a two-day tour of Germany's capital city. The history majors in our group ...
... started outside the Riechstag, which was the old government. We learnt a lot more hideous facts about Hitler and how he even came to power - and for him it was literally right time, right, people (who thought they could control him), right everything. It could never have happened if even one of the the things had not lined up. He was actually voted into power. Not an overwhelming over 50% of the population, but 40 something% voted for him. Apparently ...
... applying for visas so that we can work and study here for the next year. Since Paul was offered that job in Stralsund we have both become very inspired. I have always wanted to learn a second language, and with a study visa, i am able to do this and work a little too. There is a great language school in kreutzberg which isn't too expensive and has an internationally recognised language course, one which ticks all the boxes for a study visa. We are to too ...
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