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... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...
... and he's an interesting guy. He comes from Berlin and was living there until 1987, so he knows what it was like before and during the Cold War, when the Berlin Wall was standing. He has some pretty amazing and unbelievable stories about life in the DDR and how he used to get monitored and watched by the Stasi. He eventually got fed up with the whole privacy invasion and it took him 6 years to ...
... I was still pretty written off from the night before but decided not to be a downer and drank them anyway. We ended up having a pretty good night. We were supposed to spend the night there but we left it too late to find a hostel so ended up partying with two of her boyfriend’s mates (Pino and Pauli) until around 3am, then they gave us a lift home. Chris had a mates wedding to go to so wasn’t home until around ...
... back up and running, so to speak. We jumped on a bus directly across the street from us and rode to the city centre where we de-bussed (not a word in the dictionary I think).
We got off the bus at the opera house and began a stroll down a busy pedestrian street populated with all the big and small European brand names and an Apple Store.
Once again we found sustenance at a cafe called Meat Us. We had burgers, beer and a hummus/pita platter - 'twas a wonderful ...
... have the right words to thank you for your strength, character, testimonies, and most importantly, the life changing experience you gave to 200 of our LA teens. Kol Ha Kavod.
This was more than standing witness. This was more than just creating the one voice "am Yisrael chai".
It is time that we all together say never again, and mean it.
Tomorrow is Yom Ha'atmaut, Israel's independence day.