Hotel Berlin - Zossen
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First day in Berlin still feeling pretty average as I hadn't eaten all of yesterday. Decided to do the alternative free walking tour in the morning. This was really cool. A British guy took us around the streets explaining all the street art and various facts about east and west berlin and how their culture developed post world war and Berlin Wall eras. Kreuzberg in the old West Berlin became a hub for the alternative music scene and even a lot ...
Hello again Germany! After a terribly hot sleep we took a train from Prague to Berlin. We arrived early to the train station as we wanted to be sure we could find our way around and get a seat. After picking up breakfast and lunch for the train we headed to the departures board to find that our train didn't have a platform yet. We stood there for 50 minutes before a platform popped up, a mere 10 minutes before the train ...
... it which was meant to be one of the best. What we think we found was Berlin's best gay beer garden. ha. Was a laugh anyway in the 38 degree heat of a Industrial area of former East Berlin. The next garden, Prater, was better but still wasn't in full swing so we had our Pretzels and went to dinner closer to the hotel.
Monday 6th - Shawn took a early(ish) run from the hotel (near the Zoo) along the Spree river into the city centre (bit over 10K ...
Hey family and friends! This is the blog I'm going to use to keep you all informed about my escapades in Europe. You can expect updates somewhat irregularly, depending on if I’ve done anything cool or if I’m busy, etc., but I’ll try to post at least once every two weeks.
I’ve spent the last three days in Berlin, and before that, four days in London.
I flew out of MSP to Newark, where I had a four-hour layover, and then flew to Oslo ...
... a complex of buildings that were used by the Stasi - including chemical factories and accommodation for the interrogators. We did a tour with a woman who had been held prisoner towards the end of the Stasi era. It was really interesting and scary to think how easy it was for people to be arrested and disappear during the 60s and 70s. I googled her afterwards - Vera Langsfeld - she was a politician after the war came down and her husband was a Stasi informer, spying on her for ...