NH Berlin Alexanderplatz
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... tomorrow. Our final Berlin dinner was at Bandol Sur Mer. This is not a michelin star restaurant but comes highly recommended. It was a tiny little place and they sat us right by the kitchen at the pass. The first course of foie gras and mountain cranberries is the best foie gras I've ever had - even better then Au Pied du Cochon in Montreal. The 5 courses were well balanced ans artistically presented. It was ...
... around Berlin to decide where we'd want to go back to during the next few days. This was such a good way to familiarise ourselves with the city; we all knew bits and bobs about Berlin but on the whole our knowledge was a bit patchy so it provided a much-needed introduction. Later that afternoon, after the bus tour which had raised so many questions, we visited the Berlin Historical Museum. Our bus tour ticket gave us free entry here and it was a great museum, small but ...
... would sit...until I realized a giant sculpture was blocking my whole view. Oops. I wandered around for another few minutes, finally recognizing one of the guys I was supposed to me meeting. They all seemed surprised to see me, and I happily set up camp on against a wall with all of them, right behind the piano.
After about half hour of waiting, a man came out and began to play the viola, being joined by a pianist shortly after. I laid down, closed my eyes, ...
... to let us crash at their place! Anyways.. Moving on! After a quick five minute walk from the train station, we arrived at our new home away from home! An adorable apartment right in the heart of east Berlin. Absolutely everything was within walking distance for us so it made everything that much easier! Once we got our things unpacked, Betti made us a delicious supper and soon after we starting yawning and decided to pack it in. The next day we signed up for ...
... excellent was that Paul was hypnotised! More of this later... we were also introduced to a very nice guy who owns his own carpentry company and who might have a bit of work on for Paul. His name is David (pronounced dahvid) and I spent most of the night chatting to him about the poor quality of food in the USA, the universe, preservatives in food and then building pyramid houses. This is when Paul joined the convo. Carmen came from Nürnburg ...