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Travel Blogs from Berlin
After a mid-afternoon train from Amsterdam, we crossed the border into Germany in the least Teutonicly efficient way you could imagine. Our train was three and a half hours late, after its (German) air conditioning unit broke down, forcing us to change trains twice, arriving in Berlin shortly before midnight. It also led to a immediate and uncomfortable transition from speaking only English to Dutch people, to my speaking only German to Deutsche Bahn officials. (By the by, ...
... The leaves are so bright and covering the entire floor of the park beneath us. The sun only shines on our balcony in the afternoon and it is quite a bit colder. I don't think we will be eating our dinners on the balcony for now. But it is one of the prettiest autumns I have ever seen. The colours are so rich and so bright! After cooking a nice homemade dinner of leftover pasta and some slow cooked tomato sauce we went to bed and slept right on till 9am Friday ...
... is artistic a lot of it is just pointless scribble and makes buildings ugly. And scruffy beardies drinking out of beer bottles just makes the city look down on it's luck. I never saw any aggro though.
The other thing about where we are staying - our guide tells us Prenzlauer Berg has the highest birth rate in Europe. I would believe it. The number of kids I've seen around here is
phenomenal. I love it. It gives ...
... 10 degrees and started to rain, so we turned and headed back - cycling like pro's and made our way home to get out of our wet clothes. When we got home, we found our Australian neighbours locked out, so invited them up and they gave us some supplies for my massive blister in return. Nice couple from Sunshine Coast in their 50s. After my surgery, we got showered and dressed and headed out to the recommended German ...
7th August 2013
“We started at Check-Point Charlie today. It was really interesting, though we didn’t go into the museum as it was a bit too expensive. I got some pictures, and they even have decorative guards that you can pay to get pictures with. There were loads of Soviet and US Cold War themed souvenirs going around, which I thought to be relatively amusing whilst at the ...
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