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So I can tick another experience off the list... an overnight bus from Amsterdam to Berlin. Not the most comfortable experience I have ever had, but somehow I managed to sleep most of the way!!
We arrived into Berlin at 5am! an hour earlier than scheduled.. It took me a good 5 minutes to work out that we were actually there as the driver only spoke German and Dutch.. and a lot of people on the bus were English.. and we all thought that it was a stop on ...
LOVE THIS CITY!!!!
Could move here and be very happy - great public transport and such an interesting feel. Haven't seen actual old school punks for ages. Although weather a bit grim even in summer.
Went on two excellent tours - red berlin tour - communism, berlin wall history etc and alternative city tour - street art, squats etc. Went to african community centre lots of pot ...
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Anyways Berlin was a great time. It was really fun to have so many Tech people to hang out with and explore with. One downside to interning is the lack of students my age. Many of the interns here are grad students or older! My biggest complaint about Berlin? The bartenders! So rude, then ask you for a tip?!?! Well, this week should be a bit slower than the last two weeks have been because I am staying in Brussels after the back to back trips. Finally!
... Department Store of the West; Berlin's Macy's) and took a look inside. It was so big we got lost just trying to find the bathroom. Everything was really expensive. A scarf was 60 Euro! Needless to say, we didn't buy anything.
That day we finished off with a trip to Charlottenburg Palace and the old 1936 Olympic Stadium. The palace had some really elaborate gardens on the backside. The Olympic Stadium was interesting because the olympics took place after ...
... hotel in the city and surrounded by extremely fancy restaurants. There were a few four star restaurants for the peasants but it was mainly five star. This trend continued as eventually we found ourselves on a street we passed on the bus that had an auto showroom with my next car in it. This car being the Bugatti Veyron, which costs a mere 3.6 million Euros. Of course for security, they put up a small rope barrier. Near the Veyron was a ...
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