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... Most people speak English everywhere you go…I have even been asked for directions (twice).
Next stop was the area of Kurfurstendamm where it is popular for all types of shoppers. All kinds of mainstream stores like Nike, Benetton, Foot Locker, H&M and of course McDonald’s and Burger King. I did not buy anything! I do not need anything and besides I would have to carry it on the next leg of my journey.
I got to experience Berlin at the heart of ...
... a good sense of humour which was definitely a relief. We were even taken to the place where Hitler's underground bunker was (now it's a carpark and not at all signposted) which was pretty surreal even though it was destroyed and you can't see anything. After this it was a free day in Berlin and having seen most of what we wanted to on the walking tour we spent some time looking for a pharmacy and MORE cold and flu meds. Well turns out nothing is open in Berlin on a ...
... omg my mouth is watering thinking about it.
All in all we were so lucky that Isabell and Olaf welcomed us into their home. They both showed us such amazingly hospitality and Isabell organised some amazing days for us to enjoy during our time in Berlin. I hope that I will see them both again soon and not in three years time again. Or just might to save my pennies and make a special trip :)
Thank you again Isabell!!!!!!
Auf Wiedersehen Berlin, Ahoj ...
... beer and a few shots at every place so that was good. We ended up meeting another kiwi couple who had just randomly booked the pub crawl so that was really cool hanging out with them for the evening. They were from Hamilton/Waihi beach so we had a bit to chat about and it was nice to meet kiwis as there are a lot of Aussies on our tour so it's refreshing meeting kiwis. We had an awesome night and got home about 1:30-2am and had to be up at about 6am to head to ...
... and thus were trapped in East Berlin often separated from family and friends. Churches were destroyed. Graveyards moved. The stories are all there as well as old East German guard towers and bits and pieces of the various manifestations of the wall over the years.
We saw parents sledding in the memorial park with their children where once there was barbed wire, guard towers and no mans land. Very nice.