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Travel Blogs from Berlin
Dreadlocks. I guess they are a story in themselves.
Well at least mine are.
I don't have many, but the ones I do have are very much a reminder of this trip.
I got them in France, and now in Germany I decided to find a bead to put on them!
So in my tired state (still not sleeping), I went wandering. No-where in particular. I knew the area I wanted to find, but what exactly I was planning on finding was unknown to me.
... packed (not very much to take, only my uniform, passport and cash required) and left, on time. Caught a taxi straight away, printed boarding passes using a computer in seconds and was having an espresso within ten minutes of arriving at the airport. Not bad. Very calm, happy and still had ten minutes before boarding. Fight was on time, no dramas, very friendly crew. Free coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches (didn't have) - hang on, FREE? Yes very ...
The sun was shining this morning and we were off to do some sightseeing in this vibrant and historic city.
We saw the remains of the Berlin Wall on the site of the Jewish cemetery, walked from East to West through the Brandenburg gate and saw the enormous Reichstag Building with it’s German flags flying. The Reichstag was constructed in 1894 to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire.
There are hordes of tourists everywhere.
... get fresh bread from a bakery and eat it by itself, its that good. This is not to say that I didn’t like other German food. I tried schnitzel and potato salad, soups, Spaetzle and Curry Worst. You can see a photo of the curry worst below. It’s a German sausage with curry powder, a ton of sauce and fries. It’s one of the most popular German street foods. I also ate a lot of kebabs. I got one almost every night on the way home. The shops ...
... means grandmother. When she wouldn't listen/hear, he would scream it. And when he didn't get his way, he would throw an ear piercing tantrum. This lasted for about 3 hours.
Once I got into Berlin, I made my way over to the ZOB Bus Terminal, to meet up with Kasia; a Polish girl I met in Budapest who was coming to Berlin to see Tallest Man on Earth with me. Got back to the hostel to hang out for a while, settle in, and eventually went ...