Travel Blogs from Berlin
... br> more affordable Soviet Impact on the eastern side vs. the more exuberant and
elaborate influence in the west. One part of the remaining wall along the
River Spree's east side is named The East Side Gallery and it painted by
various local artists. The area itself is know for a younger, artsy crowd.
We finished the day having dinner at a Bavarian Restaurant and wonder how
the German's stay fit (for the most part) with all the heavy food they ...
... like these hidden little plazas. We made one more stop for a glass of wine (Wein in German) and took the trolly home.
As the days go by, Roar's accent has been changing. It pretty funny. He pronounced trolly in British English and his Ws he pronounces like Vs. In German and in Norwegian the Ws are like English Vs. It will be funny to see what his English will sound like after we spend a couple of days in Norway.
We leave Berlin Tomorrow and go to Oslo.
... on! Once I'd done that, I was entirely too tired to write a blog, so that's why this is a bit late.
(Original short post is kept here for completeness' sake)
Too tired to write tonight. Had a fun day exploring the city, and then met up with Mirko, a fellow former Kmartian and had a great time catching up and exploring parts of the city, along with the best burger I've had in a long while (for €5 too!). Will write more tomorrow, need sleep now. ...
Our last day in Berlin. We decided to try to visit the Reichstag again but things have changed since our guidebook was written and you now need to book on a tour - so we wandered through the Tiergarten to the Siegessaus (Prussian war victory ...
... full of more finger picking than the studio version, he played a haunting version of Where Do My Bluebirds Fly. Rather than using an acoustic that can be heard on the debut studio album, Shallow Grave, he used one of his Gretsch electric guitars. The deep tone, the reverb and echoes effects, and the synth like drones he played with at certain intervals of the song, were nonetheless haunting and thought provoking. Even though Matsson’s song writing is incredibly ...