Jugendherberge Berlin - Am Wannsee
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We woke up at 4am to catch the 4.50am shuttle bus to Dubrovnik airport. With our flight delayed it ended up being around a 4 hour wait at the airport, so by the time we were on the plane to Berlin we didn't have any trouble falling asleep. We arrived in Berlin and navigated the bus and train system to our apartment in Kreuzberg - a very grungy but hip suburb a bit like Brunswick but with 10 times the graffiti! As instructed by the apartment ...
... finished the descent. And I
bought the tshirt for that one. I earned
Afterwards I walked a couple of blocks to Christiania, or
Freetown Christiania as those who live there call it. In 1971 a group of people “squatted” or
occupied an abandoned military base on the island. This is legal in Europe to squat in a
building that has been abandoned. In
this case it was a military base. Now it
... lounging around the beautiful Vondelpark. On wednesday I caught a train to Berlin and met up with Nonni and Paul. Through incredible luck and an act of great kindness from our good friend Mark we have been given an apartment to stay in for free! It belongs to a friend of his who never uses it and we have been permitted to stay as long as we like. The apartment is in east Berlin, is close to the city centre and has a lovely balcony facing out over a park. We feel ...
... of the war had on its population as they lived within the city. This feeling continues when you wander the city and see the the bullet and shrapnel holes in the stonework, as well as the holes where they have tried to repair the damaged stone. But, I do understand the other side of repair as you might not want a constant reminder of such horrendous times and all you wish is to move on.
As we wander the centre of the city we are amazed at the mixture of old and ...
... one more. Again, you can buy your beer and then just walk out onto the street to drink it. This just works here in Berlin, it would never work in NZ or Aust with our culture, people would just abuse it. Yesterday I went on a walking tour around the main historical sites. The tour guide was a kiwi girl and there were 6 other kiwis in my group. We started at the Brandeburg Gate, then went to the monument of murdered Jews. It's an ...