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... On Friday I fly to Ukraine for a week with 3 friends from the program (super excited for Kiev and Odessa), fly back into Berlin, take a train to Frankfurt, post up in a hostel for 3 nights before my move into an apartment with some German students and then finally starting my summer internship. Is luck going to even be enough?
Berlin you have been amazing to me and I will surely be back. Auf Wiedersehen!
... condition and if you helped around in the community you could stay for less.
So i helped in the kitchen everyday and stayed for free.
This community was a big difference to the Damanhur community.
The thing that I liked at Damanhur was that there was always something to do.
In Zegg this was the other way around,once in a while there was something to do but it wasn't that a big of experience.
After breakfast and a bit of souvenir shopping in Berlin we headed off to Potsdam to see the Sanssouci Palace which was built in 1747 for Frederick the Great. We arrived a bit early for the next tour so we went across the street to a lovely little restaurant called Mövenpick. We had a nice lunch there and then headed back over for our tour. As were were leaving the resturaunt, which was a rather nice place ...
... t found my Tageskarte. So after a little maneuvering, I eventually found the Neues Palais. It in particular had a number of interesting rooms. One had a beautiful parquet floor and another room (the Grotto) had over 250,000 shells covering the wall and ceiling. This is where I encountered problem number 3. With all of the pictures that I took, my camera battery was running low and indeed quit about half-way through this palace. After giving it a rest, ...
... br> Our tour guide, Maria, was half Japanese and half Swedish, but lived in London before moving to Berlin so she spoke with a British accent. She was great. The guides with Fat Tire give the history of sites in story form, so it's really interesting. She had a wealth of knowledge about Ferdinand the Great, who was the main subject of our tour. Apparently, Voltaire moved into his summer home with him for a few years before they ...