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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... we're dancing to The Strokes and Black Keys, and next minute there's some old school RnB and current electro being thrown into the mix then somehow segwaying into The Cure and looping back to Foals' My Number and we're all seven years old again dancing like we spit out the Ritalin while Mom wasn't looking. I mean, Foals for God's sake. I honestly just wish I could have bottled up that entire playlist and keep it for the rest of my life. We danced and drank and ...
... family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On the 12.5-hour flight between San Francisco and Frankfurt, I hardly slept because I was probably excited. Plus, they had good movies and I couldn't stop watching them (The Way, Way Back; The Internship; Star Trek: Into the Darkness). Transfer flight from Frankfurt to Berlin was pretty easy, and they greeted us with Milka hazelunt milk ...
... still tries to retain the original prewar feel.
Day 3 found us doing a little shopping and then to the main art gallery of Berlin in the Kultureforum ( how many Raphael and Rembrandt paintings can you put in one room - one room of maybe 60, that is), and to Potzdamer Platz to check out the very modern architecture there. We ended the day attending a Blue Man Group performance and our last German dinner and more beer.
... them for a slit second before they disappeared as they darted in and out around the blocks. I think It was the juxtaposition of this with the solemn feel of the place that made their playfulness so disconcerting, along with the fact that nearly all of the children brought into a concentration camp were often killed upon arrival.
Phew, there I go again with the sad stuff...but I do find it quite fascinating, albeit twisted.
... wall, and once the wall was taken down! Just before we started walking down the street the wall was stretched upon, Brendan was hungry and decided to get some currywurst (which was curry sausage and fries) ...yuck! Once we finished at the wall, we decided to walk for the next twenty minutes back to Alexanderplatz which is a local shopping area with malls and boutiques. We walked around one of the malls for awhile, which has some different stores but was mainly commercialized ...
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