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... many other tourists, and headed back to a bar near our hostel for a couple of drinks before bed. We left Berlin on Thursday 31 July but we didn't need to leave town until 2pm so in the morning we walked along the East Side Gallery - a section of the wall remaining which has been decorated by various artists. We then crossed over the river and headed back in the direction of our hostel, but stopped for lunch at a really nice cafe (Tante Emma) where we snacked and relaxed in the ...
... My overall view of Berlin was coloured by the bad weather which prevented me from spending much time just sitting about outside soaking up the atmosphere. Most of the famous buildings have been rebuilt (according to original plans) and there is building works going on everywhere. There were heaps of "big bikes" around with people peddling and often drinking as they rode along the streets and the Berlin Bear was ...
... a new season. I mean.. lol wut? I don't watch Glee. Shut up.
Here goes. Without pictures, because I don't have any. My bad. This was written somewhat tipsily from my hostel dorm at about 2am this morning.
... a Turkish take-away shop having a game of cards. Not really possible in Hobart because it's always so windy. But what do we have here? Fags, beer and cards... what more could you ask for? Presumably they'll be asking for health in a few years time. I had to change trains here just about every time I went anywhere. So I've posted a pic of the station name. Looks more like the ...
Though my little couchette was hot and a little stuffy, I survived the night sleeping on the train and awoke to Germany! Berlin is lovely...very green, clean, and interesting although I am feeling a little overwhelmed with the language. But fortunately most people here seem to speak at least two languages and everyone I have met so far has been helpful! Made my way from the train to my hotel on the S Bahn metro and found my hotel ...