Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... if fancy food, music and even Santa giving gifts (a female Santa at that). Leo was given a teddy that promptly got its nose sucked. Stuffed from lunch, Doug and I left Leo with family to dance and laugh while we went in search of spree park. After a few minor hiccups trying to figure out public transport we arrived at the park. We were hoping to get in to take some pictures of the abandoned amusement park but the fence was a ...
Had a very nice tour of Third Reich and current German government sites today. Our guide Ryan was from Scotland and had a degree in German history. He came to Berlin 8 years ago and decided to stay. He was very informative about WWII facts was well as Cold War insights. It is interesting how the two events are interwoven. Without the First World War we wouldn't have had a Second World War and without a Second World War we wouldn't have had ...
... in the middle of a hostel common room. With me feeding the Brit beer because both his hands were taken. This was bad enough. What made it worse was that we peaked to early. They delayed. And delayed. So for about three minutes we sat hand in hand. Everyone watching us, not the screen. Finally, they announced the winner and all three of us went up in a euphoric symphony. From there we found a group of Germans played some kings and headed out to find ...
... side of that door! TRICKERY!! Paul and I were next, and we didn't even get to explain ourselves when he automatically brought us to that door.
Berlin bouncers are *****es.
and as per my usual self, I argued for 20 minutes with the cab driver as to understand why Berlin's bouncers where racists and wouldn't allow us foreigner to enter their clubs... haha...
On our last day in town, sunday, we end up going to this amazing park recommended by Sara ...
... as tour guides. Later that day we headed to the German Council on Foreign Relations to listen to a talk about Germany's role in the EU. With not a ton of interest in the topic and my sleep deprivation kicking in, I had trouble staying awake/paying any attention to the speaker.. I did get to see some cool buildings in West Germany though...
That night we got to meet with a witness/former GDR prisoner and learn about her life and ...