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... at home haha.
For dinner we went to a cool Italian place (carbs are seriously killing me…4kg in a month….yeah Croatia is going to be fun haha), then we went to a nice rooftop bar for more cocktails and to see the sun set over Berlin. People say that Berlin isn’t exactly the prettiest of places, but when the sun is setting over all the buildings, it is stunning.
The next day we stopped at East Side Gallery (finally, after driving past it ...
... Istanbul. Ohhhh, you’re a sushi fan? Perfecto, if second corner there is Japanese. Though, if you don't fancy any of the mentioned above, do still come. Berlin is definately one of the most diverse cities in Europe. Thai, Turkish, Ethiopian, Mexican, Indonesian - Berlin will not disappoint. If you are after German, there are men ...
... museum. It is a fairly low key affair, but it has a large collection of fascinating things, with plenty of old VW camper vans to admire. As well as all the vintage models, there were some unexpectedly futuristic cars, including a couple of vehicles that would not have looked out of place in the world of Gerry Anderson's UFO. I loved UFO.Thus, we enjoyed our latest car park cup of tea at the museum, and watched a large squadron of Golf car enthusiasts and a small troupe of ...
... spinach and meat) in a bouillon broth (there's actually a name for this but I really am bad at German).
Basically, the food was fantastic and somehow my German heritage makes sense. I never felt German until I went there and saw that they understood me on a spiritual level with food. Delicious!
Moving on, I actually did other things than eat. I stayed with my friend and her family in the north of Berlin in ...
... modern position on the old black and white photos. It was cool to think that the spot I was standing on was once part of the infamous security strip (nicknamed the 'death strip') between the inner and outer walls. And boy, was it ugly. I am fully aware that beauty was not one of the parameters considered with its design - the purpose of the structure was to stop people from the Soviet Eastern Bloc getting into the western controlled West Berlin and on to freedom - but the two ...