Old Town Apartments - Schoenhauser Allee
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... Me Home Country Road. Well, you could knock us down with a feather...... Proves the theory it's the quiet ones you have to watch. But it didn't stop there..... we were all singing (made me think of the piano bar on the ship) and then we were dancing. The DJ even had us dancing the Can Can.
The restaurant was a reasonable size and was packed. Among the masses there was a large group of people from Holland on one side and about 16 men from Glasgow on a bucks night on the other ...
... view of the whole tragic incident and highly recommend everyone else to learn as much as you can. Betti, the girl who we stayed with, invited her friend over and we all had a girls night it was alit of fun. We than watched hostel because we don't think things through always! We went to the dungeon museum which entails information about the old Berlin in a creepy creepy way. We were way too scared to absorb any of that information. I think I went deaf from Melissa's 20 ...
... I did however ditch one travelling companion. My under the trousers fleecey lined tights! You may laugh.......but these babies have been a godsend! Regretted my decision in the late afternoon, though. Think, they'll become my constant companion! Almost like a security blanket! He he
This morning we were more organised and had brekkie before we set off. (Miracles) :)
First stop, Brandenburg Tor, " gate" for ...
... with some of Sarah's marathon friends and a quick cocktail during happy hour at the hotel. Checkpoint Charlie was the sight of the American Checkpoint for boarder crossing during the Cold War. It is now manned by Germans dressed in American Soldiers uniform posing for photos in return for a tip. Tomorrow is out last full day, scary and happy. Elijah says he wants to go home as he is home sick. Tom says he wants to play with his mates. I have mixed ...
... is so bad so we needed marc and susie to translate for us, which they didn't mind doing. Clauss had ridden his bicycle 170 Kms today and was delighted to show Paul his bike, with apparently invincible tyres. The guys over here love Paul. It's so funny, they can hardly communicate verbally but they immediately take a liking to him. He is loved wherever we go. I guess there is more to communication than speaking, particularly when it comes to tools and metal work ;-) ...