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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... a massive disappointment with the excitement level reminiscent of lawn bowling. But Skyping my mate was a rare and hugely appreciated pleasure. I've been highly vocal before about my disappointment in a lot of people I know back in the UK who I've hardly heard from since I left, if at all. But some friends... well, you know they're your friends and there's no doubt about it.
After I'd checked out of the hostel and put my big backpack into storage I went out for my ...
... a lovely little bistro by the side of the canal and sat there for about four hours reading our books in the sun sampling some of the local wine and beer!
Today we have travelled to Leipzig and have just had time to have a quick look around the city (where Bach, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Wagner all lived!) this place has a wonderful vibe and we are excited about looking around more tomorrow! Watch out for the Leipzig blog update in a few days!
... could change the bouncers mind. They told us another place to go in walking distance so we headed there instead. It turned out to have two side. One was a normal-ish club with dancing poles etc and the other was playing hard metal and had a fire breathing dragon up on the wall that would go off every so often. James and I were really enjoying the metal section and the girls were all having fun in the other side. Our side had plenty of head banging ...
... stopped in this random German resturant. The people were so friendly and I got mashed potatoes and sausage with onion sauce. It was soo good and tasted like something my parents would make for sure. I literally wanted to lick my plate clean hahah later that night we went out with the other group of people from my school that came to Berlin too and it was a lot of fun. We went to club soda and danced all night.
The next day we got to spend ...
... his country. After weeks of pestering his mother she finally signed the authorisation form, and he died 3 weeks later. She always felt responsible. The sculpture that now sits in the centre of this building is of a grieving mother holding her dead or dying young son... very moving. The way the building is designed with a sky light dome directly above the sculpture, and the way the light and weather interacts with it, is also very cool and part of what makes this ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed