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... I'm doing my first drawing inspired by Berlin and all its atmosphere.
Before heading back, I refule in one of the hip outdoor cafés at Oderberger Strasse.
My legs need a break for tonight and I decide to enjoy a butter chicken meal from the HEAT restaurant at the hotel. Yummie!
My last night at Radisson Berlin, tomorrow Neuköln host is ...
... we have buddied up with Wayne and Maureen from East Malvern a fairly quiet couple, John and Debbie from Geraldton WA another quiet couple and Peter and Judy from Wellington NZ who are probably the loudest of the group but are still not loud. Everyone has a really good sense of humour and the more we get to know them the friendlier they are. Anyway, back to the restaurant.
The DJ is calling for singers and the next thing Wayne (not my Wayne) is up, microphone in hand and ...
... This was a pretty draining experience so this put a stop to our history lessons for the day. Going back to the hotel to freshen up for our walk about dinner at any restaurant of our choice. We filled our tummys with some hearty German food ready for our eye spy game. The eyes spy game was a pub crawl mixed with a scavenger hunt to teach us how people would escape from East to West Germany once the wall went up using dead letters. Our Contiki ...
... with some sun glasses. If you thought we did a lot of walking in Amsterdam we did ten times the amount in Berlin. Two hour walk into town. The ubarn or whatever it's called is too expensive. I think €7 for the day so nah to that. We did some touristy stuff like the wall, the gate and ate curry wursts. Went to the willy Brandt museum but missed the Charlie check point bc its started to rain so we went home. We also went to a mini Jamaica by ...
... br> My final evening could not have been better, really, and now I am all set to go, I have a heart filled with good feelings and everything seems to be in place now.
Today has once again confirmed my motto of 'Everything happens for a reason!' and I can only say, to every bad side is a good side as well, and for me, today the good site has defitely won the contest.
Shabbat shalom and good night. Hopefully next time I am posting from Toronto!