Old Town Apartments - Schoenhauser Allee
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... though I was super thrilled, I was also dead tired. But seeing their smiling faces, it just made me forget everything until they told me that they were going to take me on a day tour around Berlin and then go to their home which is an hour and a half drive from Berlin :-) I knew I could not walk. But they were kind enough to plan it for me. All of us took off and drove to a few places around Berlin. Had the original berliner ...
... made our way over to our room and were stoked to see a VW car in there that had been converted to a bed! It was so cool and it was empty so we claimed it.
A few people were watching 'Englorious *******s' in the common room which, with it's Nazi German themes, was quite an ironic movie to be watching on our first night in Germany. We were keen for a quite night in so we got some supplies from the supermarket and cooked some veggie soup for dinner.
... passionately playing the red cooler as a tribal drum with timpani mallets. (I'm still mad at nick for not getting the picture). Band B- this band consisted of three Argentinian "hippies" singing the same phrase over and over again in Spanish. One was wearing hippie sunglasses and overalls while playing a wooden box (that she was sitting on). She looked somewhat like one of our ex-aunts. Yep. After leaving the flea market, ...
... posts in the front were left as a reminder of the war as they are all full of marks from where the bullets hit. We then saw a memorial to all of the fallen soldiers of the war, We also saw a memorial to all of the books (well over 20,000) that were burned because they were considered "tainted" as they were written by people of the Jewish decent or did not fit Hitler's stereotype of good people. This memorial was located ...
... good, hardly an accent at all! Finally at 2:27pm I was called to the front desk. I handed in everything, paid 97 euros ($150) and reluctantly gave the same lady my passport. How long will this take? I asked her. 'About 3-5 working days,' she replied, 'although mostly it takes longer than 5 working days,' she added. I gave her a puzzled look and wondered why I even asked the question. 'Thanks,' I replied. I was happy to get out of that office. Let's hope that 1, they don't lose ...