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... have yesterday's clothes on, I feel like I smell (even though I have had a shower). And very frustrated!!! I couldn't sit around all afternoon waiting at the hostel (and check in was still two hours away) so I wandered around the area. Marvelled at the ex-East Berlin housing blocks. They are all very dull and uniform, but each block has been livened up with paint which makes for quite ...
... but it really is a building site, as they construct more new Ubahn stations. Strolled through Galleries Lafayette, with Eiffel Tower inside, then shopping precincts called Quartier 205 and 206, very upmarket, and then into Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin's "most beautiful square". Looked at outsides of Concert House and French and German Doms. Watched amazing man blowing huge soap bubbles across the square. Next the Bebelplatz, site of the Nazi book burnings in 1933. Simple ...
... wird und sexy bleibt."
We want Berlin to become richer and stay sexy. (KR: The Sequel.)
PS Did I mention I got tonsillitis? Took myself to the ER where a kind medical student walked me to the right office when I mimed what was wrong with me. Took three hours, but it was free, ("When the bill comes in the mail, maybe pay it."), and amoxicillin is the same in every language.
... go a bit further out of the centre of town to find it. There was one part in Mitte that had been preserved. It was really cool and had an interesting bookstore. We then went to the easy side gallery where over a kilometre of wall still stands. We also went to this place right next to the railway station that used to be train repair warehouses. Now they house night clubs, skate rinks, rock climbing and ...
... only say the door or the table or the kitchen or the stove. There are no gender artikels, no die der das, which as everybody has told me, have very little logic to them. So I just need to memorise every word in the German language with its artikel. Sigh. The other thing that is hard is that German has 7 different plurals for words - unlike English which mostly just uses an s to make a plural... Paul has been looking for work - a little ...