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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... I found an english group on the sidewalk who seemed to walk with confidence, so I followed them assuming they would be walking to the subway station...completely logical, I know. I followed them for a few blocks and then found an above ground train in the distance, so I bid my new friends goodbye and went on my way (I never actually spoke to them, I just followed them from a 10 foot distance and pretended to know where I was going. Still, we had a connection unmatched by ...
... most unpretentious hipster.
You genuine, unironic appreciation.
You bohemians and children and the warmest place I've hung my coat.
You simultaneously ice-chilled bones.
You stumbling on salted street corners.
You laughter illuminated by half-imagined headlights.
You sleeping in through sunlight.
hiding beneath walls of white cotton castles.
... to fly home I had this feeling, that I didn't want to leave yet. I wanted to stay, get my own apartment next to Loulou, work at some extremely hipster cafe and roam the streets at night. Somehow, Berlin in all its graffiti glory, had really gotten under my skin the second time around.
Thank you Loulou, Svenja and Line for making me feel so at home!
... it was watched my men on the ground then towers we built to watch them and then finally electric machine guns which were sensor were put there. There were also 2 walls. There was one that the East side could see and then were was the one that the West side could see but these were not the same walls. They were a few metres apart and in the middle was no mans land. There was gravel put on the ground so that if anyone tried to sneak across, if they weren't see they ...
... best based on my limited knowledge and then Sunday morning I'm going with or without Nadzha. I want to go before I leave. So anyways, it was a straightforward walk to Mauerplatz. It was kind of like walking from the beginning of Dominion Rd extension to town really. It was a 7.5 km walk. We did more than that because we got there and walked around some more. When we were done, we walked back and went through the Tiergarten. So I believe we may have walked 20 km today! So Mauerplatz was ...