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... we stumbled across a info centre and caught our train out to the cheap hotel we had booked. In a slightly dodgy area, the hotel itself felt clean enough and safe (though the cleaning agent they use reeks, I had to open one of my lavender pillows to get rid of the smell) Tomorrow we will explore the city a bit. Tonight we got some kebabs from around the corner and caught up on the news through the BBC ...
... before Isabell introduced us to the sport of handball as she took us to one of her former teams trainings. It was pretty intense!! Made me miss netball and sport in general….Isabell is in fact now the goalie coach and was giving them tips as we watched the team show off their skills. I didn't know this but they actually have to cover the ball in a tar-like substance so they can catch the ball in one hand.
That night we enjoyed a delicious meal ...
... the freedom of Germany. The wall seemed smaller than I thought it would be at only 3 meters high. Have to remember though it was accompanied by showers of bullets for anyone who dared come close. In saying that there were a few successful escapes including a couple driving under the barrier at checkpoint Charlie the only checkpoint where authorised people could cross between the two sides. Another attempt that was successful was a family with a 9 year old boy ...
... We jumped on the double decker 100 bus which winds it's way down Unter Den Linden, past the Reichstag, through Tiergarten and ends at the Zoo area. Sitting up top is great and you get to kick back and observe the sights from a height. Unter Den Linden is currently getting a major U-Bahn upgrade so most of the centre of this picturesque street is full of fences, cranes, borers and more machinery. We jumped off at the end of line and headed over to the local Xmas ...
... finished the descent. And I
bought the tshirt for that one. I earned
Afterwards I walked a couple of blocks to Christiania, or
Freetown Christiania as those who live there call it. In 1971 a group of people “squatted” or
occupied an abandoned military base on the island. This is legal in Europe to squat in a
building that has been abandoned. In
this case it was a military base. Now it