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... about 30 people that day. The tour from Sandemans New Europe was very organised and informative. We had a guide from New Zealand and she is writing a book about the history of berlin I think so she was really knowledgeable which makes the tour very worthwhile. The tour starts at 2pm and ended at 5pm. The tour consists of the following: Pariser Platz The Brandenburg Gate The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe The Site ...
... Paul has to do to apply for a working visa but we are going to have visit the immigration office on Monday to get the ball rolling. Pretty exciting :-) See what happens... We would still like to visit some of south east Asia and do some volunteer work along the way too. Guess we will just wing it ... Tomorrow we are planning to go camping at Marc's place again, my cold permitting, and hopefully we can all take the boat out. Will let you know how we go. Over and out ...
... then decided to go to the Bar district that we heard about from our bike tour guide. We went with Sophie so there were four of us. We took a cab and got off on a street that was lined with chill bars with outdoor seating. We walked to the end of the road and went in one place that seemed pretty local and neat. The bouncer said you needed to be 21 to get in but let us in anyway. He told us to just protect our girls. Idk why. It was pretty chill. We got some drinks and listened to ...
... them of their uncle Stephen. We arrive quite early at about 1:30pm. Not too bad. I guess when you can hoot along at 120 km/h, time flies. Sean got us there without a problem. I like the Tom Tom heaps better than the one we had in the UK , a lot more clearer with directions and shows you which road to take. Also there are less round a bouts over here. The UK has thousands and some have 5 to eight exits which are hard to work out. We look at heading into ...
... of officers, they asked me where I came from, what my name was, and why I was leaving Amsterdam. Here’s part of the conversation:
Polizei: "What is your name sir"
Kyle: “Kyle Rolf”
Polizei: “Rolf…that’s a German name. I need to see your passport please.”
Kyle: -gives passport-
Polizei: “Now, a German coming from Amsterdam with an American passport. Sir, we need to look inside your luggage”
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TravelPod Member Reviewsbaxpax Kreuzberg Hostel Berlin
It's a nice little place to sleep. But in Berlin you won't want to hangout in the hotel anyway. It is a great place to meet people though. Two of these stars are because of the people there
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