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... to clean it up and kick the people out. Our guide says when that time comes, he'll leave, but until then, this is his home.
After the tour, we went to Mauerpark where they have their regular Sunday karaoke. We brought food and Grant brought a disposable barbecue and we spent the next few hours talking, eating, and drinking. Grant and Julia are so easy to get along with and we all had a great time. They head back to live in New Zealand later this ...
... are big here. REALLY big. Wine and beer are filled EXACTLY to the line marked on the glass. Every time. No more. No less. TO THE LINE!!! You must not mess with the rules here or they will let you know...not in a very pleasant way ...but they will definitely let you know!!! Imagine Mike and I cycling along a quiet little street in a quaint little town and across the street from us we see a German gentleman out strolling with his lady friend or Frau ...
Sorry for lack of news. I've got a bit of a head cold and not had the energy to update the blog these past nights. Feeling much better tonight.
So, what have we been up to...
We had a fab breakfast in the hotel and headed out. Believe it or not it was 11am before we ventured out. It is so easy to navigate our way around on the S and U bahn. We headed up to the hauptbahnhof and started a walking tour suggested by ...
... at finding our way around, I very much doubt that we would have found the apartment.
Quess what? From the balcony, we look through the trees to a school! Ohhh.....I hear you say! :) and at 4.00pm the darkness falls in on Berlin.....ohhh!
What did you think of the artwork in our apartment??
Hope alls well with everyone back home and you're all enjoying the Christmas cheer?
... of town to drop me at Charlottenburg Palace where she then set off for Frankfurt. It was a bit of a cold farewell and I don’t think we’ll be friends forever. We are different people with different humour and interests, but still it was great to hang out with someone on break for a change. The Palace is huge! But the restored interior (damaged by a “liquid bombing raid” in WW2) that you tour is only a small portion of it. Built between 1695-1713 by Prussian ...