City 54 Hotel & Hostel Berlin
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... although technically a Soviet bloc country, it was more independent, much less restricted than the others. We could travel through it without going through the advanced visa exercise.
To condense a long story, during the visa process days, Gabriel hurt his back. He flew out for London and a doctor, and two of the girls dropped out of the planned trip as well.
Rosalind Haworth, from Wanganui, New Zealand, on the north island, bought a VW ...
... in the centre of the river and about half of it is taken up by museums. I decided to visit the Pergamon museum and was more impressed that I expected to be. The Pergamon alter (which is where the museum gets it's name) is very impressive. When I walked into the room that houses it I actually exclaimed wow. It's giant. I decided I was close enough to walk back to the hostel and I was able to see a bit more of Berlin. It is certainly not as pretty as the other cities I've been too and ...
... only a small plaque there so as not dissuade any further neo Nazi attention. We stopped by Checkpoint Charlie – a hut in the middle of a busy Berlin street where actors dressed like soldiers stood pretending to be the guard between West and East Germany during wartime. They were selling different souvenirs including gas masks and war fatigues. We got photos of ...
... up. We met up with his Mum who is an aide at Ocean Shores and visiting Josh. We sat around and talked for about an hour - we met his band, went upstairs to their hangout room which was rather quirky too and then headed out to dinner as Sue was hungry. The band wasn't starting until 10pm. We ending up going to this great cafe called the Trash Bar - it was unreal - so unusual and so packed - it had so many different levels on it that was jam packed with people ...
... value for money! After that we went to a new Christmas market and then also visited the one near our hotel for dinner. We tried lots of different things. Danny had 1/2 meter bratwurst in bread, we had potato fritters, hot cocoa, champignon mushrooms, hand made garlic potato chips and for dessert we had strawberries, banana and grapes covered in chocolate. Sounds like a lot of food but I was hungry an hour later because we didn't eat much of what we bought. Germany is so ...