Helter Skelter Hostel Berlin
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... neighbourhood pushes in front of us as we wait for a coveted table. Conor is mildly irritated by her lack of manners. He soon realizes that she is not there for the bacalhao but to belt out a few of her signature torch songs. As she finishes her performance to uproarious applause, she has to be guided through the jammed room because she is as blind as a bat. Conor is penitent. In our five days in Lisbon, we ride streetcar # 28 up impossibly steep hills. We disembark at the end of the ...
... really slimey and fell apart on the floor. Another proven point that Berit makes me drop stuff.
Then we put in a Haribo gummy bear. The leaders of gummy bears! And we just left it while we went out.
We went to a park, where I read about the Berlin wall.
I thought it was ages ago that the wall saga happened.
'89....ages ago. But when Berit told me it came down the year she was born, it brought it so so much closer ...
... t keen on paying for cover charge. Throughout the evening I was mindful of money so asked God to provide and he did. Nadzha friend bought 2 of our drinks. I was grateful. I was also worried about getting drunk. Didn't want to be drunk because we were a long way from home and had to catch the train. The trains in the weekend are free. Eventually we called it a night and went home. We didn't get lost this time coming from Alexanderplatz. We got home at ...
... it was awesome and I couldn't have been happier to see them.
Unfortunately, I had to leave Sam and Natalya for a couple hours in the afternoon because I had a field trip with my history class to Sachsenhausen - one of the biggest concentration camps, just outside Berlin. Coming in, I had read and studied so much about the Holocaust, that I almost became numb to the statistics, to the sheer ...
... mint. It wasn't noisy like we expected either.
First order of business, we decided to go and see The Hobbit. It was something Adam had wanted to do in Hamburg as we found a brochure for an English cinema but there were only afternoon screenings. Fortunately we found another one in Potzdamer Platz so off we toddled. We opted for the 2D ordinary frame rate screening as it was on at a much better time - we didn't want to be getting home ...