Berlin Georghof & Hostel
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... it so the politicians could look up and see who gave them their power, the people of Germany. Instead they just look up and see a load of american tourists. Even more ironically, it was designed by an American architect! I found out that 90% of Berlin's buildings were destroyed during the war, and mostly rebuilt by woman. The Tegal airport in Berlin was rebuilt by hand in just 6 days. The airport currently being built is 2 years behind schedule. Next was the Holocaust memorial. ...
... US artist takes up an entire square block and was designed to be purposefully abstract rather than confronting such a tragic event head on. Obviously a place like this effects everyone who visits in a different way and the design of this particular memorial does a great job of allowing that. After we had a chance to walk through the columns that make up the memorial we headed out so see more of the city.
Our next few stops on the ...
... I saw the city for myself and saw all the important historical spots.
Today marks the 3 week point of my trip, with 1 week left. I'm starting to get tired of living out of a backpack and sleeping with snoring strangers. But I'll definitely miss Europe when it's all over. I'll just have to move here where I don't have to live out of a bag and I'd have my own apartment (I'm serious). At least I'll have my move back to Ottawa to keep me distracted when I get ...
... when they stopped to all about themselves they introduced themselves as Cash and, at this point I was praying for Tango, but it was Peter. They were Australian and real musicians, in the sense that it was all about the music. They up'd stick and move to Berlin just to play music (at the local bars). When it got to around 5:30, I left the grass and went to watch the sunset over Brandenburg gate. After sunset ...
... to every day, especially on the train to school. It's just one lady speaking about all sorts of topics - from the German parliamentary structure, to Oktoberfest, Various cities in Germany, Halloween and so on. But the really great thing is that she speaks slowly and articulates, so it's a bit easier to understand. And at the end of each segment she plays a German song that semi relates to the topic. It's really interesting and helpful! I just found it on iTunes and it's free if ...