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... We are all made of the same things. Love and atoms and ****. =P
Berlin is an amazing city and the hotbed of German history, and arguably one of the largest European cities with the greatest historical impact.
... hot air balloon. The ride took us 150m into the air to get a birds eye view of the city….it was spectacular!!! Isabell had brought their fluff of a dog Benji with us for the day, and up in the air they were a mere spot on the street below.
After our balloon ride we went for a short drive towards Potsdam Palace and Gardens. It's fair to say they stack up to the famous French Versailles Palace and Gardens….I even thought that these German ...
... wurst (sausages). We then went up to the observation sphere in the TV tower, over 200m high, to take in views over the city. The Reichstag was next on our agenda and then we made our way back to the apartment for a pre-pub crawl dinner! We cooked a simple meal and then headed out to meet the pub crawl tour. We went to 5 bars and feeling pretty seedy at the last place, we decided to traipse home...not before getting amazing doners though to soak up the alcohol ...
... the large, skilled workforce remains for the newer industries of precision engineering and applied chemistry.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Wittenberge)
The today purpose is to relax in the nature and see another Brandenburg city. And the weather seem to cooperate with us. ...
... 2 hours in Dresden, and after a short walking tour and going into the church we went to find lunch. Joel, Amanda, Fletcher, Graham and I went to find some local cuisine and ended up in a German restaurant. I had pork balls with sauerkraut which was bit strong in flavour but really traditional. Joel had a hearty potato soup with floating frankfurters. The icing literally on the cake came in the form of a cake to die for. I saw it in the cabinet and was captivated. ...