Al Vita City Pension
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Leading up to Berlin, the question that I have been asked the most is, "What are you most excited about?" There are many things that I excite me, such as, going to a football match, visiting museums, and obviously being in a country where I am able to consume alcohol without the fear of being asked my age.
In truth though, the thing I am most excited for is simply living in a ...
... but I learned it was Germany Unification Day celebrations - even better!!
I got some sort of sangria beverage for about 4 Euro and it was very yummy. Later on I was getting a little bit peckish, so a bratwurst seemed fitting for the occasion and washing it down with a delicious caipirinha was fantastic. The live entertainment was really good too! I even heard “99 Red Balloons!”
I love how you can walk around on the streets with your cocktail, however, ...
... and find a park to sit, drink, and enjoy the atmosphere. But this was just the start of the weekend and there was much more to come.
Saturday, the weather was extremely hot as it has been the last week following 2 unpredictable and often cold and wet weeks in Berlin. We went to a beach area to spend the afternoon. We stretched out on the sand and spent some time in the water. Even though the water was extremely brown, people could go in. As it ...
... had a great time. The crowd was a bit iffy but mostly good. Around 4 we left (none of us had phones so we weren't entirely sure) and eventually mad our way to the Berghain. The building was huge and tucked away in some tiny street. There were about five bouncers but the only one who mattered was Sven, this long haired pierced guy sitting down inside the door who all the bouncers looked to for approval. As we ...
... sausage was correctly eaten with tomato catsup.
We rode the Ferris wheel and several of the people carried on half German and half English conversations with us. It was a good group of fellow riders and they were enjoying the Christmas season very much. I digress,,,,,,,,,,,,
Checkpoint Charlie remains as a historical location and the building in the middle of Friedrichstrasse remains. There are several Germans dressed as American soldiers and it is possible to ...