Old Town Apartments - Schoenhauser Allee
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... tour started so did the rain and we were pelted on for a bit and the ponchos came out in force. We saw so much in Berlin on that bike tour but I will just name a few of them. The Tv tower (which is taller than the Eiffel Tower) Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin wall, the Reichstag Building, Neptune’s fountain, The hotel Michael Jackson dangled his baby out of and a huge park with a section devoted to not only nudists but gay nudists at that. The rain abated at soon after we ...
... br> I finished watching Gravity, then watched 12 Years 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.
... all the others on my trip so far. On my way I saw the giant disco ball on a stick in the sky. It's just a silly imitation of the CN tower in Toronto. I also noticed a lot of shops were closed and there were a lot of police in riot trucks, vans and military trucks. It honestly looked like they were going to war. But since today is Labour Day in most of the EU, people I guess can get pretty rowdy. But this seemed like overkill. Once at the other part of the ...
... dinner, went back to the hotel to pick up my bag and headed over to the train station to catch my train to Paris. The Berlin to Paris sleeper train was better than the trans Siberian train but nothing compare to the Moscow to St. Pete's train. Whilst on the train I met this guy from Chile. He was travelling around Europe but specifically came to watch Chile play Germany in a football match. Dedicated fan or ...
... am just trying to learn it! We are also learning about directions and how to manoeuvre oneself about the place. It's quite fun. My teacher devises all sorts of scenarios and always has the class in hysterics. I am very much enjoying it. After school, I visited a lovely bio shop and bought myself a few little presents: coconut oil, coconut flakes to make milk out of and some Japanese noodles. I have especially been missing my coconut oil ...