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... wasn't. He ended up getting sidetracked trying to tune chicks and we only went to two places that were both pretty average.
My iphone had terrible battery life. Apple had just released a recall for phones with specific serial numbers, I entered mine into the website and I was eligible for a battery replacement. We headed in to the apple store a few times while we were in Berlin and on day three I was successful with getting myself an appointment and I ended ...
... museum. The next block over stands Checkpoint Charlie. This was the most popular checkpoint to escape through because it bordered the American sector of Berlin. From there we ended our tour with two vastly different stories: Story 1: There is a very easy way to distinguish between present day East and West Berlin. The wall is mostly gone and borders were not straight lines, so how should we know. The answer is in the crosswalk signals. East Berlin hired ...
... from. Rip and stuff. Break and jam. Suck and chew. If the damn thing won’t fit in your designer purse you cruelly snap it in two and force it in there. You make it fit! They sop with them and dip with them and pile things on them and in them. We loved that they loved their baguettes...and we loved that they love their wine! Their vineyards are beautiful. Lovingly kept. Hard work for sure, but they take that very seriously too....or there ...
... a fox) cross the equivalent of the champs e'lysee in Berlin with a GIANT rodent in its mouth! We were having a panic attack cause we thought it was going to get run over...it didn't. Mila: "Lerato what is that? Is it a dog?" Lerato: "no Mila, it's a FOX" Mila: "what is in its mouth! Ohmygod ohmygod it is going to get crushed!" Lerato: "it is carrying a rat in its mouth!" Que ...
... returned the cups. There was a lot of different street food and we tried some. There was a Christmas market with a huge Ferris wheel with enclosed cabins so that is the direction we headed. This Christmas Market was under the huge East Berlin TV and Radio tower, build in the 60s to intimidate the west Germans. Ther was the Ferris wheel, a large oval for ise skating and probably 300 vendors. We had a couple pieces of street sausage, which were excellent, minus there was no mustard. ...