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... We had dinner at a lovely cafe in the Volkspark with Ramona who had been my roommate on my Russia Contiki back in 2012 . It was great to catch up with her and she introduced us to the "Berliner Weisse" a drink mainly found here in Berlin which is a type of beer with a flavoured syrup added - my favourite was the red raspberry flavour! On our third day we took the train out to Potsdam for a day trip and to visit San ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of times we did laundry: 3
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 13 (German - Schmetterling)
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Doing what we do best: exploring Berlin east and west.
... so therefore what I once thought was die Tür (door) will now change to der Tür, depending on what I am saying. Grammar is tough! But it must be paying off a little because I have ordered completely in German for most of my lunch dates this week and even answered some questions! My own little victory. Still, sometimes I just feel as though I have hit a brick wall again. I am still however really enjoying it, the class ...
... like that. I have lays wanted to go to the concentration camps in
Poland but now I am not so sure. They are just totally horrific.
tomorrow we have decided to have a lighter day, so we are going to the zoo. We have seen most of the big attractions already, so the zoo sounded like a bit of fun and James wants to go to the Adidas store. As he made all efforts to research it's whereabouts, I guess it's the least we ...
... the German Democratic Republic, effectively the controlled by fear the entire East German people, the force was 90,000 strong and had 180,000 informers, so there wasn't any getting away from them. There main job was putting down any criticism of the Democracy, sorry Regime. The museum is just an office block really but it did contain some nice examples of the hidden cameras they used to spy ...