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... of pushing back off her suitcase, my foot continued on to occupy the space vacated by it. Yup, stuck between the doors! So there I was, standing on one leg in the middle of the carriage, with my other leg suspended in the air trapped between the doors! You can laugh now, that's the funny part!! I eventually wrestled it out, but I tell you what; those German doors don't mess around!
Berlin was our first Air BnB experience. We had arranged with Frank who held ...
... Poland-Germany border due to a strike. This meant bus replacements the rest of the way to Berlin. I'm not talking a coach designed for long hauls. No, we were given a standard commuter bus generally used in cities. This meant a train full of travellers and no luggage compartments. I sat for 90 minutes with my massive pack squashed between my legs. I could barely walk when we finally arrived.
It turns out the bus dropped us off at the main station in ...
... well and how to get to places. We checked into our hostel and went out to a local Italian restaurant for dinner.
The next day was full of sightseeing. Since Sophie has family in Berlin and had done a topdeck tour through Berlin she was more than qualified to be my tour guide and she did a fantastic job. We first went to the East of Berlin (previously run by the Soviet Union after WW11) and it was interesting how barren it was, heaps of ...
... spare before the game, some cash and no dinner. All that mattered was that I was back in time to watch the game. And we couldn't have picked a better place to watch. Everyone in the tiny bar was excited to be there, Arcade Fire (one of our favourite bands) was playing before and after the game, and we had a 30 second walk back to our hotel room. Neil and I both donned German fan gear and we were so excited to be cheering for the home team. The ...
... were able to find someone at a ticket booth to help us. We purchased our return tickets (set for 17:10) and found out we actually needed to change our Euros to HUF. We exchanges some euros so that we could have money for our time there. We were able to get one map, but it was pretty much useless since it was all in Hungarian. We had no idea where to go so we started to walk in this random direction. About 5 minutes later we were in a pretty sketchy neighborhood and quickly ...