Park Plaza Prenzlauer Berg Berlin
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... with someone else. Still Anita was satisfied that if anyone came on and insisted that we were in our seats we had seats we could move to and insist were ours. In the end we stayed put and enjoyed four seats between the two of us all the way to Berlin.
At Berlin hbf we found a mobile shop and got a SIM card to cover our time in Germany, picked up some more Euro and caught a local train to Berlin ...
... its a bit confusing now that we are onto our non English speaking country, using the correct word for thank you, hello, goodbye etc! I just get to learn one and we move onto a new country? Daniel is also loving the beer and sausages! Toady I decided to have a rest day! Daniel and I both went and got out hair done! I went shopping at H & M! Tanya you would love it very cheap, stylish and good quality! While I chill out in the hotel lobby as this is the ...
Another Russian practice session in the morning. I've got heaps of new vocab to learn but I'm starting to get further and further behind. Luckily there are no exams at the end of the month. A quick look at the gig guide for Berlin tells me there's a quiz night on tonight. Sounds like fun. I presume I'll be able to get on a team. But I've still got a few random photos. Some blokes ...
... the Soviet War Memorial was the fact that it was in West Berlin. During the Cold War the Soviets supported East Germany. And having this memorial in West Berlin gave them an excuse to parade into West Berlin once a year and remind the West Germans that it was the Soviets who liberated them from Hitler.
5. Homosexual Memorial
This was a very simple monument for another group of people persecuted by the Nazis and put into the concentration camps. Although ...
... bearings for the area around
us. So, with map in hand off we went. Day just got better. Came across
some Xmas markets which were still operating. Seemed to be filled with
hundreds of people so thought "This must be good". After parting with 2
euro for entry, we spent the next hour or so meandering through the maze
of stalls. Sampled some German sausage and saurkraut (absolutely
delicious), stopped to listen to a German ...