Am Scheunenviertel Hotel Garni
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... to hang out in there and have some tall German beers while enjoying the company of the big diverse group. It wasnt too much of a crazy night but what was really awesome was that on a personal level, i began to bond with people whom with before i wasn't too acquainted with.
On the second day we didn't really wake up early since most of us were tired and wanted to sleep in. However, we all woke up at different times and because of that we all kind ...
... Silly puppy. We didn’t actually go into the palace, but we went for a really long walk around the property and took some great photos. It was a stunning place to end our trip to Berlin!
That night we had an amazing dinner of cheese, German bread (OMG delicious) and wine (so fat, carbs and more carbs!). The best cheese was one similar to a camembert that you put in the oven and let it melt in it’s container. The. Best. Cheese. Ever. Scooped up with a nice crust ...
... just down the street. We had seen the outside during our walking tour but decided to head over and get a look inside. The Cathedral was built in the 1800's by King Frederick II who was quite progressive considering that this was after the Reformation. Inside, the church was quite bare and oddly circular. It was devoid of ornamentation and the typical statuary of Catholic churches. What proved to be the real treat, however, was the concert that ...
... yards and none of them would stay green long enough for us
to get through so it was very much stop start through there.
We arrived at
our destination which is on a Marina so we are right by the water,
the book advertised it as 15 spaces which most were taken when we
arrived and the rest taken by the end of the evening, they are quite
tight for the big Motorhomes here but we have managed to make ...
... of us enjoy some good art.
On the reverse (river) side of the Wall is a photographic exhibit examining the effects of dividing walls and borders still in place in the modern world, from the Gaza Strip to the US/Mexico border. It made for a thought-provoking piece and I was glad that, so far at least, nobody with the IQ of an apple has wrecked it.
I had to be back at the hostel first to see the Grand Prix on TV and to Skype with a mate from the UK. The Grand ...