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... All the rooms were a different themed color & each had different nature scenes on the ceilings. There is very little furniture throughout the palace as most of it did not survive WW2. I keep trying to picture what it would've looked like before the war - and the splendour that the palace must've portrayed. As you leave the place, you enter the gardens which start as a huge tiered vineyard. The view ...
Well us girls made it safely to Berlin, arriving in the morning on Sunday 27 July after the overnight train. The train itself was fine although a tad FREEZING!! Lesson for next time: take a blanket. But we all slept so were feeling alriht when we got to the hostel which was near the East Side Gallery, a short train ride to the main city centre. We decided to make the most of our first day, even though we couldn't check in to the hostel until the afternoon, so we took the open top ...
... ventured to a club. I don't remember the name. I'm just assuming it has no vowels because, well, it's Germany.
Walking it reminded me like every sketchy place I've ever been to in Brooklyn, most people rolling and offering me MDMA. I walked into the women's bathroom only to find five guys waiting outside the stalls, offering the girls cocaine and ecstasy.
"I just want to pee, man."
I found my way back out to the group of guys I came ...
... has just landed herself a job at MIT media lab, which is impressive in itself. Her talk was for an hour and a half. Afterwards we had a wander around the centre looking at weird and wonderful sound machines, an exhibition on technology and slavery, online dating and these cameras which had strange facts inside which were updated by the minute; eg how many times transmediale was mentioned on social media today or stuff about the stock market and so on. Very ...
... bunk bed.
You nostalgia for new experiences,
You expat never exiting.
You creativity, you trust, you complete lack of angst,
you every familiar embrace.
You dream-chaser, you carpe diem, you dance anyway,
you every hopeless cliche.
Berlin, my dearest, you thief.
You collection of stolen hearts.
You every past and future.
You home now.
You bring me, finally, ...