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... around the city until yesterday, so we went to Templehof, an abandoned airport that is now a park. In 2008, Berlin residents had a change to vote on a resolution about what to do with the airport and chose to have it turned into a park instead of residential developments.
As I get to explore Berlin more and more over the next few weeks, I am sure the stories will get more and more exciting, so stay tuned!
... Erenna flew from London to meet us and travel with us for the next 6 weeks. Of course it was great to see her since we last saw her when she left Toronto for London 10 months ago. We were also excited to show Erenna around since it was her first time in Berlin. When she arrived, we took her to the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall, Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe, and did something most people do in Berlin - grab a beer from a bottle shop, drink on ...
... but the two main ones were one that played mostly hip hop and had this over seven foot guy MCing. It was great but heaps of creepy guys were there too and I had to protect everyone (I'm not as good as other people at it). The other room was really weird and DJed by these two old guys. They kept mixing like black eyed peas and then rhe beach boys and it didn't work at all. There was a good outdoor smokers too and ...
... is still evident, especially in the east, Berlin is a very reasonably priced and attractive place to live, or so it seems. If I had the wealth, I would have a summer house in Berlin, without a doubt. There is still so much for me too see next visit, however things look promising. Highlight of the day, the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and Victory column, with the Tiergarten located between these points like a grebe ...
... 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. ...