Mikon Eastgate Hotel
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I've moved back a bit closer to the park. Not quite as cheap as airbnb and not as much room but the spot is good and it's still reasonable. It could be a lot worse. In reality I'm really lucky to have found out about this place.
On the way back to jogging I was enticed into buying some berries by the fruit bloke who had set up on the footpath. They had blueberries and ...
... donations sourced globally, reconstruction of the grand building that once stood began in 1994, and was unveiled completed in 2005.
The spire cross on top of the church was sponsoredy by the British, and the royal family, and it was crafted by the song of one of the pilots who bombed Dresden. It symbols peace, and reconciliation between the two countries. I believe there may be something symbolic from Dresden with the British people as ...
... drank, chilled amongst the couches having conversations with strangers that ranged from personal to hilariously suspicious to increasingly frustrating when we met a poor fella who (though sweet and rockin' the nerdy hipster look in a good way) had the worst stutter I've ever heard, then it was back to dancing until we could barely stand anymore. Finally stumbled back to the train station to find everyone awake and on their way to work for the day. Poor schmucks.
... The artwork had a lot of political, humanitarian and environmental messages. After a 10 minute look we were done so I caught the train out to the Stasi headquarters while Fi went back. The headquarters were nothing special, it was a typical communist style of architecture and furnishings. Inside the bottom two floors were various life stories and details of how people lived under the regime. The third and fourth floor had been furnished just as it had been when they ceased ...
... and enjoying the sunshine. Soooooo beautiful :-)
Yohan and Monique live around the corner from Marc's place. It takes about 10-15 mins on the boat. We arrived and were greeted with some of Yohans famous apple liquor (oh dear) and had a great afternoon and evening, chatting, cooking a BBQ, laughing and planning adventures. Everyone here is so nice and friendly. We feel so welcomed everywhere we go.
Paul had a particularly great afternoon as ...