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... to Museum Island. We considered going inside one because it is closing for five years, but we didn't because we didn't really see a cultural importance to it. We got lunch, Vicky got a raw hamburger, and went to Berliner Dom. It is known as the St. Peter's Basilica of Protestantism because if it's size (and the fact that it has a dome), but it doesn't come anywhere close to its grandeur. We did get to go all the way up to the top and see the entire ...
... went to the same Christmas markets we previously were at, as they were the closest to the hostel. We were making sure we got our money’s worth from our day pass on the tube. We got some dinner which was consist of local bratwurst that was 50cm long! Doesn’t look that big when it gets folded in half and stuck in a bun. We walked around a bit and saw a man on an alternative didgeridoo made from pipes. Sounded the same but looked way different!!! As we ...
... in various forms and there were all
sorts of people, old and young, tourists and locals alike buying it and smoking
it along the river walks and in Nemoland, kind of a food court, or maybe a
“munchie court” with stalls selling pizza, Indian food, Danish sandwiches and
the like. But the draw for me,
especially since I live in the country, was the sensory break from the big city
across the canal, the art, ...
... haven't finished your drink when you're ready to leave you can decanter it into a plastic cup that the security guards will give you and take it with you on your walk to wherever you are going!
The second pub was a 10 minute walk away and on the trip there a Brazillian guy took a liking to me in a creepy way. So much so I had Adam, a guy from Busabout, pretend to be my boyfriend so he would leave me alone. It didn't really work at first but after about 5 attempts he ...
... No, what struck me instantaneously was the large, vibrant butterfly hanging on the brick wall behind the altar.
Yes, indeed. I had received yet another mystical route marker along this personal odyssey into self-realization. This time the butterfly was not black and white, like the one who came to whisper in my ear at Delphi. Instead a brightly colored paper butterfly waved hello to me from above! It was like a ...