Meininger Hotel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
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On Tuesday morning I said goodbye to Viborg and Jenni (another nursing student from Melbourne) and myself began the 9 hour train journey from Viborg to Berlin with a change of train every 2h and ALL our luggage. Today we learnt that plans don't go to plan and sometimes you need to use plan B or C or accept that thing a aren't going to happen at all …
Last day in Berlin! Ach!
I will try to spare my feet a bit, they are NOT happy at the moment. Once I've handed in the bike I walk to Kreuzberg (again). On my way I pass an area with trailers and abandoned buildings, signs like "keep out" and all political statements. I believe this is a zone where the homeless, people excluded from the society such ...
... door from Hanoi, Vietnam to Berlin was more than 24 hours.
We are very grateful to our friend Chris from Toronto who is now living in Berlin. He met us on the platform with freshly squeezed orange juice and sweet strawberries. Chris took the time to help us get the best train tickets for the month we will be in the city and brought us right to the flat we will be staying in for 25 days. This flat is really nice and much larger than ...
On Monday it was snowing quite heavily as we headed off to the Bauhaus museum. The building had been designed by Walter Gropius in the 1960s, a former director of the Bauhaus. The museum also serves as a research centre for Bauhaus studies. The museum collection covers all aspects of the Bauhaus which included weaving, interior design and furniture, and architecture. One of the most poignant displays was a model, drawings and photos of the ...
... we both pretty much shared), Jack and Paul had the vindaloo (which Paul found a little too spicy) Julien had an eggplant curry and Heidi had a mixed vegetable curry. We shared naans too. It was very nice. After dinner we went to a pub called krügers which was really cool and full of weird decorations. We had a few cocktails and chatted and laughed the night away. The pub had a little cinema inside of it and showed detective movies on Sundays. ...