Dorint Berlin Airport Tegel
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... put there as a tangible reminder to future generations of Germans that the horrors of the holocaust really did happen.
As I got deeper into the field of blocks and they started to get higher and close in around me, I began to have feelings of helplessness, oppressed by the height and weight of the blocks, and a deep sadness at what the place represented brought tears to my eyes. I turned back to the outer ...
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Note to travelers who get advice from their cousin Victoria: make sure you follow the advice of your cousin Victoria. Our friends at EasyJet - the seemingly premiere (read: most popular) carrier of flying between European countries - limit you to one carry-on bag per passenger. Vicky told us this. We thought we could take said carry-on plus a purse or backpack (i.e. something that can fit under one's seat). Nope. Is there enough room for ...
... them to each other, before venturing out again. The weather was just too awful to stick around, so I made a sad farewell to the Christmas Markets and we headed back on the underground to our hostel. We had to get ready for our Pub Crawl that evening, so ate dinner at the hostel. I had the best barbecue pork ribs I've ever consumed in my life. Then it was off! We were all in white tshirts so went around signing each other all night from pub to pub. The first two pubs ...
... The Little Mermaid, Rosenberg Palace, the world's first ever shopping mall precinct all the while jumping on and off the Big Red Bus (now a common sight in many of the big world cities). We tried to call in on Mary & Fred but it seems our people and their people couldn't arrange lunch in time, so all the pity for them. I'm sure Mary would have loved to hear the Aussie twang once more.. From Denmark & Sweden we ferried back to Travemunde ...
... Naturally, a glorified mall cop on a bike caught me and scolded me like only a German can. The park is full of faded roller coasters and water rides covered in vines and moss, fallen down life-sized dinosaurs, burned buildings, and a Ferris wheel that slowly rotates in the wind. I died.
The Weinerschnitzel: Delish. Food is heavy in Germany, but how can you not eat schnitzel, wurst and pretzels? With a side of beer, of course. ...