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... they all assumed that I was just there for the party like everyone else, but they knew I was serious when I belted out the German national anthem just before the start of the match. I didn’t put my hand on my heart though because that’s a sacred gesture which I only use for Australia.
The game itself was incredibly tense and I was nervously shuffling from room to room. I met a bunch of Danish people who were heavily dressed in German colours. ...
Arrived in the morning and spent an hour or two walking around the Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer. It's a really nice use of the space, which used to be the death strip of the Berlin Wall. It's now a kind of park, with remnants of the wall, a new church that replaced the Versöhnungskirche (which was located in the middle of the death strip until the Government pulled it down in ...
... shopping districts of the city and then past the remnants of the old Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie which we had seen twice before. After awhile we boarded the bus again for the trip back to the Plaza Inn Hotel where our Hop On Tour began. We decided to return to Alexanderplatz, fast becoming our favorite area of the city. Octoberfest was in full swing. We feasted on Crepes with Chocolate and Bratswurst Sandwiches. We sat in the ...
... Club de Visionaire, on the canal in Kreuzberg, was our haunt for the night and what an introduction to Berlin night life it was. The beats, the dancing, the atmosphere, the setting, and the hour at which the party starts cooling down all contributed to a radically different experience than I've had before. After staying there till dawn, we made our way back encountering eager morning walkers and dog-owners out on their routine. This was just the end of day one. ...
Yesterday/today were long days of traveling. I think I spent about 24 hours total between my layover in Chicago, Sweden, and my time on flights traveling. Most of it went pretty smoothly. Since I flew on Scandanavian Airlines, one funny thing I noticed was the airline attendants and other passengers kept speaking to me in Swedish. I think I had them fooled, until ...