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... I’ve met.
I’ve visited the city once before, one and a half years ago, and was immediately taken by its atmosphere. Since then I’ve wanted to come back and almost did twice, only to pass it over both times in the end.
Of course, this weekend was not just any weekend to the people of Berlin. Twenty-five years ago, on the evening of November 9th, 1989 the Berlin wall came down, ending a 28-year period ...
... friends. I've decided to visit her and Adrian in Berlin because the day of my departure is also her birthday.
I have now more than ever noticed how great tastes a famous Berlin Currywurst. Thank you Adrian and Awa for the nice stay.
Even though I'm pretty tired now, I can enthusiastically attack the next stage of my journey!
Brace yourself! Hungary!
... sandy path forged by fisherfolk through the flower beds growing along the coast. An amazing array of wildflowers and succulents in all colours, shapes and aromas stretch as far as the eye can see; wild purple azaleas, brilliant pink passion flowers, wild white lilies, mirror orchids, tiny blue delphinium-like flowers, white rock rose and yellow brush. The scents of lavender, rosemary, umbrella pine and thyme are carried on the ocean breezes. These hardy plants stubbornly survive in ...
... riddled with WWII bullets, the old Jewish quarter, Scheunenviertel, filled with small courtyards and a 100-year old ballroom, and the stunning Berliner Dom cathedral. Everywhere you look there is history and clusters of powerful architecture that line the central Unter den Linden boulevard and the winding Spree River.
Ostalgie is a German term that refers to nostalgic aspects of daily life in former East Germany. ...
... t quite realise the extent of it. They're is a lot of information to read and see along significant sections of where it ran. To think it is so recent too. Though Checkpoint Charlie is a little underwhelming - I've seen much better checkpoints in Kabul ;-)