Hotel Mueggelsee Berlin
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Today was our first full day in Berlin & it is quite evident that it is different than other European cities we've been too. Despite its violent history, Berlin is very relaxed. You don't have to struggle to get on the trains, there aren't huge crowds on the sidewalks that crush you, no one is on a rush & everyone's English is excellent. I keep getting stopped in the u-Bahn stations & asked for directions, so I must be ...
... everywhere you looked there was some kind of statue or beautiful flowers to look at, you could get lost in there for hours! Unfortunately we didn't get to see the easy side gallery as we ran out of time, but like Robbie reminds me, we can't see everything! The thing that surprised me the most about this city is that most of it is a rebuild, and it's only be done in the last 10-15 years!!! I would love to go back to Berlin as there is still so much to see, learn and ...
... br> "Okay...you're right. Sorry. Go back to sleep."
"Sorry, go back to sleep.... wait no. What if people think I'm weird and don't want to hang out with me?"
"Don't be ridiculous."
"Okay okay, goodnight."
"Do you think I'm going to get kidnapped?"
"Okay... will you come find ...
... saw this terrible thing, photos being taken and they circulated the news soon having the world know what berlin was up to. In 1990 on November 9th they had a meeting. They had decided that people with passports should be able to travel, they went over some points and were gonna change the rules to some things. The person who had to speak in front of everyone had just gone on vacation and missed the meeting. They other guys in the meeting went over some general points and ...
... time on similarities (see: the point is not the points), differences (see: no clicking) and ideas to incorporate into our slam (possibly see next Mars Hill) , and after a while simply learnt to appreciate the musicality and cadence that exists in voice alone. The two main downfalls were that a) I'm sure I appeared rather rude because I was writing in my notebook the whole time, and probably had a vacant stare due to having only a vague grasp of what was being ...