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... has to take this prize. Add in some fries with ketchup and mayonnaise and you have a snack which would make even a vegetarian salivate ! (probably not, but they're definitely
East-side vs West-side !
On our next day we travelled to the East-side gallery section of the Berlin wall. This section of the Berlin wall commemorates the freedom of the Berlin people and all ...
... Mexican on a bike to different Bodegas throughout the night, to even meeting a fellow UCF student by the infamous grimmy warehouse clubs of Berlin!
Okay but let me start from the beginning!
Brno: although touristic ally you were at most just okay I absolutely loved hanging out with Liz! Although we'd never met before, we both go to UCF and that was more than enough reason for her to let me crash on her dorm floor! And she was great, ...
... to get a feel for what the city is all about. This included the deep dark and unbelievable time of when this city was divided by a wall and a pawn in East West diplomatic games.
After a wonderful German breakfast at the Hampton Inn. We are staying on points from over the last couple years, so this is not an apartment, but it is extremely comfortable and has great access to city transportation. It is something else to be sleeping in an American style bed. This is the ...
... the Berlin Festival
of Lights, an event each October where art is projected onto various public
buildings. Pretty amazing. The shots you see are at the Brandenburg
Gate, the Hotel de Roma and the Berliner Dom.
It was a little drizzly, but those of us who braved the elements weren’t
disappointed. ( I struck out the second
night to find another site, but it rained so hard with lightning and thunder I
... we went over and got a photo with the Checkpoint Charlie actors, and then did a bit of shopping, mainly Thomas Sabo an lunch. We walked back down towards Checkpoint Charlie and then went to the Topography of Terror. We stayed here for a bit reading all there was to read. After this we headed to the German History Museum and spent about an hour in here. Yet again, good to find out so much information, as well as seeing real artifacts from that time. From here ...