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... we were eating, a homeless man approached us and laid a sign on the table (later, I realized, on top of my phone) that asked, in English, for money. We refused and he walked away. Only later did I realize that he slipped my phone away underneath the sign. A frustrating end to a good day, but a classic European theft occurence, I guess. Now I know better than to leave any sort of valuable out in the open, even if it's right next to your hand while you're eating.
... travels don't stop there. Since us Californians are already homesick (after 1.5 weeks?) and having burrito withdrawals, when we heard about a Mexican place in Berlin that was also cheap, it was game over. Taco Tuesday meant it was 1EUR tacos and tequila was 1EUR a shot (I was very proud of the college-friendly budget).
Later in the night, we wandered around the city ...
... of plastic bottles containing lights that lined the back and roof of the stage began lighting up as the synth sounded and the groovy drumbeat of Lotus Flower. The 15 odd LCD screens above the stage documenting close-up shots of the members, creating a trippy jigsaw puzzle of what was going on stage, as an energetic Thom Yorke danced and jived to the beat as he sang. For a 43 year-old, Thom Yorke can bounce around like no one else, and it was apparent just how much ...
... forward with arms outstretched and wears a hat. This subtle difference helps you know when you’ve crossed the now invisible border from West to East. The architecture on the Soviet side is also much duller, and on both sides there are still bullet marks in the cement of the buildings to remind you that this used to be a war zone.
Our first stop was the famous Checkpoint Charlie museum which told the stories of numerous attempts ...