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... what looks like an entire city block. Our guide provided interpretations from past tours such as the blocks look like headstones or that they represented the number of individuals stacked one on top of the other. The pathes through the blocks are undulating and as you move toward the center, the sounds of the city disappear and the temperature drops. The Memorial itself does not contain the names of the victims, however the Place of Information found under the ...
... of one upheaval after another. This city has rebuilt itself so many times, after WWI, then split after WWII, building two cities, then putting them back into one after 1989. Everywhere seems to be being remade. I am a bit shattered tonite, whether it is just the heat, or being nearly on the home strait, or the combination, I'm not sure. Tomorrow we are off to Copenhagen. You all take care, and Happy Birthdays to Mac and Annette. XX, ...
It's 11 o'clock here so I'd better keep this brief. This morning I started teaching Reformation History and spent three hours on the background to the Reformation, including pre-reformers and pre-reform movements and got to teach on my favorite dude in church history, "Brother Martin," Martin Luther, that is! Will likely finish up Luther in tomorrow's four hour session and break into Hyldrich Zwingli, the famous sword carrying elder statesman of the Swiss ...
... euros combined, it was a good deal and a great time. At the end of the night, we were taken to a large industrial complex called Raw Tempel that used to be a railway yard and now hosts over 10 bars and music venues. We saw some hip hop band from the US and then danced at a different club later until 3 am.
Hostel East 7 has been fun and we've met quite a few interesting people here. There are surprisingly a lot of Americans traveling here: a ...
... not the posh one, the punk one! He is very knowledgeable though and I think he will be good. I'm probably also being a bit judgemental of the group too. There are some nice ones. They say Berlin is now the place to live in London. Relatively cheap accommodation, and full of music types. The guide is going on an alternative tour covering the graffiti and it's origins. Given we haven't seen much yet we have decided not to ...