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... train park and we traveled over, not knowing that there were two in the area, and I had gone to the wrong one! Luckily it was closed or the guy behind the counter would've thought I was a real nut trying to tell him that I'm friends with his daughter, Carmen!
It was cold and wet so we were happy to be on the bus and heading further north to the capital of Germany, Berlin. We arrived pretty late in the afternoon and had to get a train, then a metro to find ...
... let alone the same park where we were! As yesterday was our last night in Berlin and they were only in the city for a couple days, we went out for dinner. It was really cool to catch up on their travels and share stories. After dinner, we went to a beer garden for a drink and Harley and Krystel (who had traveled elsewhere in Europe the past couple weeks, but had returned to Berlin) joined us. We all had a beer or two and chatted about life and traveling. ...
... the feelings of the victims and survivors. Ich habe entschieden dass ich das Dritte Reich Tour machen möchte. Unsere Reiseführer hat uns die wichtige Sehenswürdigkeiten gezeigt, Zum biespiel das Jüdische denkmal und der Reichstag. Ich muss zugeben wann ich der Denkmal in 2012 besucht hat, habe ich er bedeutungslos gefunden. Ein Jüdisch Amerikaner hat den Denkmal entwarf. Wann man geht durch den Denkmal, ich habe nichtssagend ...
... had a nap before enjoying some Asian food with Sha & Annabelle. Our last full day in Berlin! We visited the East Side Gallery in the morning with Luke. It's a part of the Berlin wall which has been covered with street art. It was really cool. After that, Beth and I decided to check out the Pergamon museum which was really interesting, followed by the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (beneath the Holocaust Memorial). This was a ...
... descript pub before catching the metro to our last stop which was a club. The music they played in here was great and I spent a lot of time crammed on the podium with about 15 other people dancing and just loving life. At about 3am I decided to call it a night and went home via the kebab shop. I got the pita version with feta and it was the best kebab I have ever had in my life!
The following day I had a good sleep in then went for a walk around our area. I was staying ...