Max Beer Apartments
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... again. Interesting
that Gert and I had a conversation about how people handle disasters. Whatever happens
it never affects me at the time- I am glad it works like that for me as I am
able to keep my head and thinking clear. But it always affects me the day after
The bottom slice of bread.
After a good night sleep I set of for Berlin. A long ride
via the town of Nordhausen. This city was on our plan as a stopover for ...
... kicked out much to our disappointment. Stumbling back to the hostel, we found our group quietly sitting at the tables talking amongst each other. Being as drunk as we were, we made a big racket when we saw them and the looks on their faces told us they hadn't had the same kind of night we had. Turns out the pub crawl wasn't really worth it. We were just laughing our heads off and just generally being obnoxious so it wasn't long before they were ready for bed and left us to our ...
... city and will meet Chris and his friend Claudio for dinner near the Brandenburg Gate. Well it was quite a bizarre meal. We chose this little restaurant along the banks of the River Spree. It was small and cosy, in fact, we found out after we were perusing the menu that it had no kitchen or toilet!! Meals came form the larger restaurant 2 doors down and that's where you had to go if you needed the toilet!! So every few minutes the waiter ran down the ...
... Gallery (the remaining part of the Berlin Wall which has been turned into a canvas for street artists), the Holocaust Memorial (a huge square filled with concrete blocks of different sizes and shapes), Checkpoint Charlie (where authorised people could cross between the east and west), Alexanderplatz (where the massive tower with the ball on the top sits), and the Brandenburg Gate (the former city gate). We will get ...
... she then wrapped in plastic bags then she organized it all into her suitcase. It went on for over 45 minutes. Luckily, I was up but it was even annoying to me how someone could pack that much FOOD (not souvenirs!?) into a tiny suitcase! Unbelievable. Oh, the biggest surprise is she was white!! Not American thankfully otherwise I would have been really embarrassed. Anyways, after she left, it was raining so I stayed in bed in my still really dark room! It was pretty ...