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... a good deed. The man really needed a hand too, he was really struggling. We then made our way out towards Marc's place, to the famous Müggelsee. This same lake we took the boat out on during summer time. Such a pretty place. The only difference was that it was completely frozen over! It was so perfect, there was very few people around being mid week and we almost had the place to ourselves. Paul and I were a little wobbly at first, but we soon found our balance. Skating on a ...
Well that was quite the party! I am in Berlin tonight, but my thoughts are drifting back to the last night with the Contiki crew. We went for an included dinner at a very adorable local restaurant in Warsaw. They actually included two drinks and I had red wine, which tasted slightly watered down and I wouldn't have been surprised if it was the cheapest around, still it was nice to have a couple of free drinks! Dinner was a delicious duck with cherry sauce ...
... free big screen Playstation and Nintendo, and Misha welcomes us by getting us a drink, inviting us to stay at his and his girlfriends house if we need to, ordering us dinner (as we're running late cos of the train) and imparting the immortal line: "Please relax, have fun, drinks are on the house and don't hesitate to ask for more."
'I am from Europe. There is no place, no country, more compassionate, more generous, more accepting and more welcoming than the ...
... but Malou, Chris, William, and I had a few drinks at the hostel and then headed out to the bar. We had looked up a few and had a good one in mind. But Berlin's night life can be a little odd. They claim to have the best clubs and such in the world, but they also make up weird rules on the spot. I'd heard of guys getting turned away because they were dressed too nice and needed sneakers, and I've heard the opposite happening. Sometimes they just look at a ...
First stop was Check Point Charlie, the divide between east and west during the Cold War. It is sobering to think that the wall only came down twenty four years ago, and how difficult life would have been in East Berlin.
Berliner Dom was next stop.
Next stop was Museum Island, which contains five world class museums. Located on an Island in the River Spree, the five museums rival the Louvre.
The island contains the ...
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