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... we didn't buy tickets because we couldn't work out how - we were ready to play the dumb English girls if questioned! The pub crawl = amazing. Definitely the best night out we've ever had! It began in the Yesterday bar, which had a hippie vibe with mushrooms and cows all over the ceiling - it definitely puts Courtyard to shame! We met some French people (Julien, Camille and somebody else) and some Italians (Alessandro and somebody else) - when we ...
... recorrido por toda la parte oriental de Berlin (la más interesante, dicen los
que saben), y después de un recorrido ininterrumpido de 10 horas, nos quedamos
con la sensación de que esta ciudad, aparte de hermosa e interesantísima, es
Mañana haremos lo posible por ver lo que falta,
aunque seguramente tendrá que haber otra oportunidad…
Ah, para los que se lo pregunten, el auto sigue
sin encendedor, y nosotros sin ...
Unfortunately I haven't gotten 'round to doing some more entries for ages, which is really unfortunate 'cause I really enjoy doing that, but it takes sooo much time to come up with stuff that might actually interests people. So, to sum up the last few months of my stay in New Zealand I will upload a little "Best Of" in pictures, captions included.
Enjoy and if you have any qustions, feel free to ask!
I hope I have more endurance with my next travel project ...
Our guide is a pommy that has been living in Berlin for 4 years and 3 years with the company a great girl and full of knowledge it is amazing job that these guides do. We started at the Babel Platz which was the site of the nazi book burning, now they have a plaque in the square to show this spot and across the platz everyday they have book sellers selling books to honour the fact that this happened. The library that the books were taken from was ...
... this with other artists, notably Mark Rothko. (No Rothkos or others of his ilk at the Hamburger Bahnhoff—much too old fashioned.)
There was a lot of experimental media here—films, both narrative and fragmented; photographs of manipulated landscapes; kinetic sculptures; monumental carvings out of tallow. The list goes on, but it was a "you had to be there" sort of place.
After the Hamburger Bahnhoff, we went ...