Travel Blogs from Berlin
... br> I finished watching Gravity, then watched 12 year a slave. Between the movies and blogging this long haul flight across the Atlantic was not so bad.
We're flying over Scotland now with 1 more hour to go to Berlin.
... bunk bed.
You nostalgia for new experiences,
You expat never exiting.
You creativity, you trust, you complete lack of angst,
you every familiar embrace.
You dream-chaser, you carpe diem, you dance anyway,
you every hopeless cliche.
Berlin, my dearest, you thief.
You collection of stolen hearts.
You every past and future.
You home now.
You bring me, finally, ...
... of occurrences where the border included the outer edge of a housing block. Door where locked but people could still escape via windows. Eventually all the windows where bricked up and finally the houses where demolished to make room for the wall and “dead man’s zone”. After we finished up with wall we caught a train down to the topography of terror exhibition. The museum is setup on the sight of the old Gestapo headquarters and details the rise and fall of ...
After months of planning the departure date was finally upon us. One way train ticket to Vietnam please... Berlin was a blast. Old friends and a new city, both for us to visit, and as it builds it's new identity post re-unification. A stunning place with a fantastic ...
... last service at the synagogue with -of course!!- my favorite cantor of all times. And the two of us get to say our proper goodbyes, something I have really regretted before, since, if I would have left today, I would not have had the chance to hug him goodbye. And therefore, I am more than happy and grateful for my departure being postponed.
This way I might lose a day with my friends in Canada but I have won an evening full of joy, love and good old family Shabbes ...