Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin
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... with lots of shops. There were lots of market and food stalls set up there and people doing magic tricks or acrobatics, always lots to see! That night our hosts invited us out to have some beers in the local park which was lovely.
On Tuesday we had lunch at Alexanderplatz then went to the German Historical Museum. This is huge! It is set out in two parts. The first is all history from about 600AD to 1918. The second part is 1918 to present day. We spent close to ...
... shower, recharge our batteries, etc.. Later in the night a few people decided to have a quiet night in (boooooring..) while the rest of us headed to a place which brought me some memories. We went to a place called Hofbräu which is the name of the bavarian beer which i primarily drank at Oktoberfest in Munich. Inside, the place looked exactly like what i experienced in Munich (except of course this place was indoors and it wasnt really October anymore). Anyways, ...
... Terrors. We also saw a whole bunch of the same type of car pass by while we were here, which were apparently the cars made in East Berlin. These cars were mostly made out of some synthetic polymer as there was not enough steel in East Berlin, and they were fitted with cheap 2 stroke engines, so they didn't go very fast! Next we biked around the corner to an old guardtower, which used to be stationed between the two walls. Eventually the wall was upgraded to a 2m brick wall, and ...
... throughout the city, Berlin truly invites visitors to think about and remember all aspects of the Holocaust. Nothing can be forgotten in a city that strives to ensure that everything is remembered. As the capital of Germany, it takes on a leading role in Germany's collective memory. And if Jean Paul's commentary is true and this city is indeed part of the world, then it also takes a leading role in humanity's collective memory as well.
... live" in Berlin for a few weeks. The only downside so far has been the weather. It's also been fun to hook up with Toronto friends and family while we've been here. Saturday night, we had dinner with our cousins Jackie and Norm who are visiting Germany from Toronto. We had great Italian food and walked through a festival with live music in Kreuzberg. Yesterday, we spent the day with Chris who helped us hunt down some warm sweatshirts. It was fun ...