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... and the gallery as a whole was quite a cool thing. We then headed to the nearby station to figure out how to get back into town, and to try and find wifi to organise plans with Tamsen and Phil for later in the day. Unfortunately the free wifi just wouldn't work with our phones, and so we ended up heading back into Alexanderplatz, where we found some wifi, only to find out that Tamsen and Phil were heading to a food market super close to where we had just caught the train from! ...
... the city in the last century.
That evening we went out with some people from our hostel to a public viewing of the opening game of the World Cup. It was too cool for words. Even our non-soccer minded group members enjoyed the experience. Lots of people, one huge screen, and limitless amounts of fun (pronounced: beer).
After the game we were off to bed for yet another early morning travel. Tomorrow, the Czech Republic!
... Met the guys an hour later and we all just laid in the grass at the Lustgarten park. Did I mention we were hung over?
Lost track of the ozzies at the hostel so Leo and I got antsy and ventured out to find a fun bar in one of the areas recommended by our friendly bartender Stephan. We came upon a place called White Trash Fast Food. It was such a kickass place. Despite the name, it was really nice inside and the ...
... exhibition alone provided a fascinating view of this dark period in Germany's history. More than an hour later, we were on our way to Vapiano for a delicious lunch. It was much needed after such a large morning of walking!
With hours of our afternoon remaining, Laura, Lisa, Siobhan, Steph, Tom, and I continued to walk around Berlin. We had no clear destination in mind, in fact we had absolutely no idea where we were, yet we still managed to find ...
... a lovely little bistro by the side of the canal and sat there for about four hours reading our books in the sun sampling some of the local wine and beer!
Today we have travelled to Leipzig and have just had time to have a quick look around the city (where Bach, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Wagner all lived!) this place has a wonderful vibe and we are excited about looking around more tomorrow! Watch out for the Leipzig blog update in a few days!