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I was really excited about dinner tonight at the 2-Micheline star Tim Raue & it didn't disappoint. Known for his Asian-influenced cooking, each of the 7 courses were a surprise & delight for the palate. We managed not to spill anything while using chopsticks - I consider that a huge accomplishment. However, there was a miscommunication with the waitress & instead of replacing one of the 6 courses with the chef's signature dish, Peking duck, she added it on to ...
... to see more remnants of the Wall, today sheltering a homeless man and his scraggy dog. We walked through town to Checkpoint Charlie, which proved a disappointment: some hammy acting by two men in uniform at the Checkpoint, which now resembles little more than a tobacco kiosk. We took the U-Bahn home, walked off our feet, and settled for an Indian for dinner near our hostel.
Next day, after another hot night, we took the tube to Alexanderplatz, part of the old East. ...
... another man with a matching giant backpack, and we exchanged looks of disappointment. After some small talk, I scurried away to look for another seat where I could lay out and take my much needed nap. Last empty row on the cart, perfect.
After smiling and sinking into my seat, my new foreign acquaintance swung in and sat in the seat next to me. At this point I accepted that the universe didn't want me to sleep at any point this week, so I gave ...
... of stuff in and have to walk 45 miles or around there, and you got no more food for that. People lasted as long as 10 days. That says a lot about the human spirit. Homosexuals mostly did it. They basically walked you to your death. There was a no go zone. They had an electric fence and people would try to run there and commit suicide so they made it a suffering zone that they would shoot so you died slowly. When you walk in one of the signs says "Arbeit marcht frei- work makes ...
... because it's down a small sidereal that looks kind of like you are driving into a deserted park, but the campsite actually is super cute and only holds about 10 RVs, but also has about 6-7 old moblehomes (look like cute shacks on trailers) that people can rent. It's right on the river, where you can swim, and we've seen lots of joggers, cyclers and kayaks go by. We spent the evening cleaning the RV, depressed because our honeymoon adventure is almost over. We are kind of sick ...