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... train park and we traveled over, not knowing that there were two in the area, and I had gone to the wrong one! Luckily it was closed or the guy behind the counter would've thought I was a real nut trying to tell him that I'm friends with his daughter, Carmen!
It was cold and wet so we were happy to be on the bus and heading further north to the capital of Germany, Berlin. We arrived pretty late in the afternoon and had to get a train, then a metro to find ...
... museum. The next block over stands Checkpoint Charlie. This was the most popular checkpoint to escape through because it bordered the American sector of Berlin. From there we ended our tour with two vastly different stories: Story 1: There is a very easy way to distinguish between present day East and West Berlin. The wall is mostly gone and borders were not straight lines, so how should we know. The answer is in the crosswalk signals. East Berlin hired ...
Today Dan had an appointment to submit his Chinese Visa documents. We got there on time, but didn't have all the required paper work. Luckily, there were computers connected to the internet and printing services available. All in all, it was a pretty smooth process and pick up is planned for Thursday (assuming it is approved).
It is pretty tough navigating the city without a map or Wi-Fi. We made our way to lunch at a place called curry ...
... to set off some firecrackers that we'd bought. what fun..
we then headed to Wittenberg Platz and walked around the Kurfurstendamm area. a busy u market shopping area with lots of christmas lights and christmas market stalls. dinner was a traditional German restaurant.
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... to improve their German! I met up with everyone at Alexander Platz and we ventured into the Christmas markets. They were quite big and even had an ice skating rink in the middle. We all enjoyed a Gluhvein and feuerzangebowle and chatted and laughed and chatted and laughed for a good 3 hours. We then all went for a walk, looking at the various stalls and munching on the delicious snacks. It was so much fun and for the majority of the day I spoke in denglish. Mostly on the Deutsch ...