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Travel Blogs from Am Mellensee
... train station which stopped right outside my hotel, Circus Hotel, in Mitte (I think this was a previously East German area and is very hip now). The hotel is cool, they are small and boutiquey and throw in lots of extras like yoga, transport passes, laptop use, and a great breakfast in their restaurant. They also organise little talks and events, so after dinner (duck from the ...
Here I am again with a shortage of photos.
As it was, my first minor highlight for the day was discovering this sign in a pub - quite funny.
Lieber 'ne Runde im Lokal'
Als 'ne DŁnne im Bett
Better a round (one) in the pub than a thin one in bed.
It's pretty transparent but nevertheless I suppose it's only really funny if you can read it in German.
Did I find out what happened to the Esperantists yesterday? ...
... what they were doing to attend to his order. THEN the purple, iridescent hotted up Camero type car pulled up to 'pay the bill' and take delivery of the meal - alas, they had pulled up in a bus stand, and a bus was approaching. I swear the car almost stood up on its back wheels to 'do a blocky' before returning to finish the deal. Well, we survived, there were no gun shots, we got our kebab, it was great, and we feel ready to take on anything this town has to ...
... where we had a few drinks and ended with dinner at a German restaurant. I had a sausage salad, which was interesting. I was similar to hot dogs mixed with pickles in a dill dressing. It tasted much better than it sounds! Along with the salad were fried potatoes, which Germans do right! I am headed off to bed after a successful day. Rain is predicted tomorrow, so hopefully we can still get everything ...
Touring the eclectic mix of Germany or electric if you ask our tour leader.
Today we started with a Third Reich walking tour. Our tour leader was a German history major from the US who talked very quickly.
We started at the Reichstag building and walked to Checkpoint Charlie.
The Reichstag building holds Germany's parliament. There is a glass dome on the top of parliament that was installed when the building was finally restored after it was damaged by ...