Park Hotel Berlin Schloss Kaulsdorf
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... lost" in quotation marks because I use this term loosely.
Many people feel very uncomfortable about being lost in a new city, but I have come to embrace it. The reason is that although I may not know where I am, I know where I am going. I am not letting myself be overwhelmed by the sheer uncertainty of my current location, but rather find myself using that time to become more acquainted with my new home.
My mantra is that I am not lost, I am ...
... The guy turned it over and the ball was underneath. I thought we'd won €50 but then the guy had €100 in his hand and was waving it out towards Dane's wallet. Something didn't feel right but it was all happening so quickly.
I asked Dane what was going on, 'Is this money fake or something?'.
The well dressed lady from the start of the game was smiling at us encouragingly saying,
'You just have to show your money. Go on, show him ...
Say Hello to my German Girlfriend!!- Saturday 12th July
Leaving the Netherlands, we jumped on our Busabout bus a endured a 10h ride towards Berlin, Germany. Along our way we passed Checkpoint Alpha and Checkpoint Bravo which where 2 of 3 border checkpoints used by Western Allies for entry into Berlin that existed from 1945 to 1990. When we finally arrived at the drop off hostel, I saw a familiar excited face! It was my friend Isabell!!!
Isabell and I ...
... and many of the houses are very worn down and tired looking. Also, everything just looks tired verses in West Germany you can tell that it is very lively. According to one of my friends, East Germany still has not fully recovered from the war and their infrastructure is quite poor.
Once we got to Berlin, we went to the Berliner Dom, which is a very large and famous church in Berlin. It was huge and very ornate, which is different than the ...
... the locals like to call it: the pregnant oyster. Many of the exhibitions were free and covered a range of topics focused on the 'afterglow' of the digital revolution. It was sooooo interesting. Here is an excerpt from the website on the concept of the afterglow. It's a bit heavy to read at first, but try it; it does eventually make a lot of sense. The digital revolution was a dinner party but its afterglow is not. The once utopian promises of ...