BEST WESTERN Hotel Am Schloss Koepenick
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... before Isabell introduced us to the sport of handball as she took us to one of her former teams trainings. It was pretty intense!! Made me miss netball and sport in general….Isabell is in fact now the goalie coach and was giving them tips as we watched the team show off their skills. I didn't know this but they actually have to cover the ball in a tar-like substance so they can catch the ball in one hand.
That night we enjoyed a delicious meal ...
... over 2700 pieces of mostly blue and white porcelain. Terry had to tear me away.
We caught a bus the length Kurfurstendamm - several blocks of pure luxury, shops to rival 5th Avenue in New York. Back home to our funny street with its bars and graffiti and motor homes permanently parked. Our block of apartments is the only luxury one around, and apparently occasionally gets paint bombed by the local punks and anarchists.
Catching a train to Prague tomorrow. ...
... to communicate with. She even helped direct us from the train station to her place by public transport. When we first entered she thought we were a couple, which I thought was hilarious. Her new cat is pretty energetic. It runs around everywhere and has big curious eyes.
I am going to rest some more tonight and explore more tomorrow. We plan to stay for the full week. I've heard a lot of fantastic things about Berlin. Can’t wait 'till tomorrow!
-- Ryan ...
... in curry flavoured tomato sauce and served with hot chips. Millions of these are served every year and there is even a museum to the Currywurst in Berlin, but we didn't go to it. We had booked a one bedroom flat for five nights which included a washer and dryer so we could wash all of our clothes before turning in our lease car and heading off to Russia. I was also able to cook dinners as well.
Next morning was Saturday and -13C when ...
... me all day (which might be made more bearable by the gin and tonics), I kindly declined their offer. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind children – as long as they are someone else’s.
On Sunday I visited Simon, another friend whom I met at CCF in Namibia. Simon is a cat enthusiast (if it’s feline, he’s a fan) and his girlfriend has a pathological giraffe obsession quite similar to my pathological hippo ...