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... we walked along the canal back to the hostel, where we checked in to only one of the two person rooms, brought up our luggage from the storage room, charged our phones, and repacked our bags in a more efficient way from the chaos of earlier. It was nice to be off of our feet! We finally got everything together enough and headed downstairs for dinner at 9 PM, where we said bye to Michelle in front of the hostel. One of the best parts of the trip is making new friends and getting to ...
... Erenna flew from London to meet us and travel with us for the next 6 weeks. Of course it was great to see her since we last saw her when she left Toronto for London 10 months ago. We were also excited to show Erenna around since it was her first time in Berlin. When she arrived, we took her to the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall, Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe, and did something most people do in Berlin - grab a beer from a bottle shop, drink on ...
... from where I'd just moved from but much nicer. The streets are quieter and the pubs and restaurants aren't so seedy. And there's even a small neighbourhood bar almost directly opposite.
Inside is pretty homely - a veritable home away from home.
Not that I'm likely to start reading any of these books. I've got a few too many at home to worry about.
The balcony's certainly pretty ...
... the window as huge and opened onto a grassy rooftop area, it finally cooled off around midnight. Complaints to the front desk elicited a weak, "Sorry, I thought that was fixed, and we are full so we cannot move you anywhere. Sorry." %&*&%##
The next morning we headed down to the longest section of the original Berlin Wall along the River Spree. Stopped and had some nice breakfast bagels before heading down to view the ...
... out in the restaurant of the hotel/hostel because being in the room is too awkward and hot. Meh. This is no Marriott : (
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