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... of successful and not so successful escapes from East to West as well as some remains of the Berlin Wall with some graffiti still visible.
Getting sick of the crowd, I left to figure out where a global alliance ATM was and a supermarket. I took some photos of interesting things along the way and then found both about 20 minutes walk away. I also found a currency exchange for my leftover Zloty nearby. Perfect. When I got back to the hostel though, I found ...
Somewhere throughout the day my excitement disappeared and left only a mess of anxiety. These past two weeks have been a breeze (other than the fact that my rail pass and credit card came last minute, but let's ignore that part.) I've been stressing about this trip for the past few months - overwhelming myself with train maps, searching for backpacks, making dozens of lists on post-its and paper napkins... and losing every single one of ...
... So once the slam ended, I left pretty much straight away. Though on leaving the building, the girl I'd been sitting right next to all night tried asking me for directions, and my facade of casual German slam attendee came crashing down. But luckiy enough, upon telling her I'd only arrived in Berlin 4 hours prior, she confessed she'd only just moved here from Austria herself and didn't yet know anyone.
... photos… doesn't sound that amazing but it was incredible to see!
Day 2 I decided to venture out to the 1936 Olympic Stadium (and surrounding venues) which was really interesting. Little did I know Hitler actually opened these games and the Nazi party (after being in power for 3yrs) were actually trying to ban Jewish and Black people from competing in the games as part of their promotion of white supremacy but after international uproar and ...
For my today's entertainment I consulted the free gig guide again. It didn't take me long to work out where to go - a ukulele jam session.
It only took a couple of changes from tram to subway to S-Bahn and I was in the right suburb. Then my map could take over.
The first couple of times I bought a ticket but I've now taken to riding black as it's called over here. The ticket for a single journey is ...