Hotel Alexander Plaza Berlin
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... bus for the rest of our journey to Berlin. He asked us to meet at 8.30/9.00am. We were right on time but had to wait around for an extra hour for him to be ready - which I would've rather spent asleep.
We finally headed off and, not long after, we were nodding off - Dane and I slept all the way to Dresden. My German buddy from Australia, Carmen, had told me at her Dad runs a train park near Dresden and I wanted to pop in, see it and meet Mr Hanisch. I had ...
... we can't wait to connect with them again, wherever that might be.
Yesterday, shortly after I posted some photos on Facebook about our time with Grant and Julia at Mauerpark, a couple we met in Malaysia (from New Zealand but living in Australia) reached out to us. They saw our photos and as it turns out, they were at the same park at the same time! We knew this couple, who is traveling for a year or more, was in Europe, but we had no idea they were ...
... into it. It's an important memorial after all. But on my tour I learnt that this certainly was not the case. The memorial was built by a American Jew, who decided on the concrete slabs to replicate graves built on top of graves in a Jewish cemetery in Prague. When you walk through the memorial, you get this strange feeling on emptiness and desolation. When you go deep into the memorial you can't hear anything or see anyone. Perhaps that's the purpose of the memorial. ...
... 7am, meant we slept away the first part of the day. It was a sunny 22 degrees though, so we couldn't waste our afternoon. Beth and I explored the Tiergarten. We enjoyed a delicious pizza there, before checking out the Column of Victory - an icon of Berlin. Whilst at the monument (in the middle of a crazy roundabout) all traffic halted for a protest. As far as we could tell, they protest was against homosexuality. After we arrived back at our hostel, ...
... picture and harassed someone else. This pub was really small and as there were so many of us we couldn't all fit inside. I sat out the front with my group and we soon started up a game of "would you rather". This was also the red light district of Berlin and there were quite a few prostitutes lurking around. They were probably the most beautiful prostitutes I had ever seen. Model like with fantastic figures and all wearing the same black vinyl corset.
We went to one ...