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The more time I spend in Berlin, the more comfortable I get here. The city is big, but easy to get around. There's lots of green space (much of it still unexplored by Garyn and I), and lots of bars/restaurants/areas that are hidden as we walk along the streets of Berlin and only discovered if we happen to look and enter an alleyway as we walk by. What also makes up Berlin is the people. It has to be the most accepting city I have ...
... planes and hot air np balloons to escape the socialist oppression of East Berlin. There is art work Sainted all over the wall. 9th November 1989. The day the wall came down. Less than a year later East and West Berlin are reunified. We stopped at a set of traffic lights in the bus and there is a guy that stands in front of the bus and starts juggling, then he takes his hat past the cars for some money. The traffic lights turn green amber red back to amber and green. The cyclists ...
... the gourmet items, or in a large number of cases they get the chefs to cook their meal on the spot and eat at these stations with a glass of wine or beer. Beer is king with the majority of people including women including this with each meal.
The German equivalent of the meat pie is their curry wurst. A sausage covered in a tomato/curry sauce accompanied by a half litre of beer, for around $5.....very tasty.
... they had a lot of other instruments too. The main thing though was - no guitars allowed as they wanted this to be bit different.
They started off with a quiz. Unfortunately it was music and film. I didn't come last but I think I got zero for the second half. One question in the first half was to name three musicians killed in plane crashes.
I got Kyu Sakamoto who had a hit with Sukiyaki. They ...
... I was able to quickly get my bag from baggage claim and head out of the terminal. Some of us hit the ATM or exchanged currency. We found a taxi that took us to our hostel, Heart of Gold, half an hour away, for forty-five Euros. This split pretty easily among the seven of us. Unfortunately we were not able to check in until the hostel for a few more hours, so we dropped our bags and explored the city, despite how tired we all were. We grabbed a bite to eat at a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed