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Berlin is giant and confusing. We have been here for three days now and I am still having quite a bit of trouble getting the hang of it. It's a weird city. It has skyscrapers and ruins and houses all fairly close together which can turn you around and mix you up. We spent our first full day here out exploring. We went to the Brandenburg Gate and I ate zucchini potato cakes. We ended up stumbling onto a holocaust memorial. ...
I've moved back a bit closer to the park. Not quite as cheap as airbnb and not as much room but the spot is good and it's still reasonable. It could be a lot worse. In reality I'm really lucky to have found out about this place.
On the way back to jogging I was enticed into buying some berries by the fruit bloke who had set up on the footpath. They had blueberries and ...
... we all went outside I realized the seven other people all had bikes, while I still haven't rented my own. Shoot.
We were already late, so they told me to just take the public transport and I would get there the same time they would. One guy gave me a subway map, circled a few names, and told me to get off at Potsdamer Platz. Easy enough, yeah? They all rode off on their bikes while I stood there holding a map in my hands, already giving up on the thought of ...
... and I spent most of this day just walking around really and eating more German sausages (a must try in Berlin!). We then finished our journey in Berlin as we took the overnight bus to Amsterdam. Once again, it was cheaper to take the overnight bus for only 50 Euros. Bus ride was about 12 hours long but there was ************e in the bus so everyone had a whole row to themselves which was great to lay down in and create a little bid. Bye bye Berlin! Next stop ...
... reached -1 degrees at 1pm on my ride home, which I meant that it must have been colder when I was cycling to school at 8.15am. You have to wrap a scarf around your face as the chilled air stings your chin it's so cold. I also developed a bit of a cough too after that ride. I think it's the moisture in the freezing air going directly into your lungs which make it hurt. Must be careful this winter. I decided not to ride today and to catch the train instead. ...