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... and all hung out, enjoying each other's company and chatting. Finally, we walked back to the hostel, got some money out of the ATM, packed all the other miscellaneous items, and said bye to Sophie, who flies home to the States tomorrow morning! From there, we caught the M5 tram right outside the hostel to Hotbahnhof and waited for our 12:28 AM train to Amsterdam, which was delayed 20 minutes. On the platform, we saw a kid who we recognized... It was the boy from Karaoke yesterday ...
... we set ourselves up right beside a fence. We didn't realize at the time, but on the other side of the fence was the nude part of the beach, to which I commented, this fence is today's version of the Berlin Wall! At night, we met up with Chris and a friend and the 5 of us went to a bar and as per usual, we had a great time.
Sunday was a day we had been looking forward to since we decided to go to Germany. Throughout this blog, we've talked about ...
... the these good tasting things are equal with each other.
Pretty laid-back couple of buskers. I wish I'd had more time to stop and listen...
In the evening I had another invitation to an InterNations event. From my Russian language partner from last year. Well, I get to speak and hear as much Russian as I like so it's not exactly a partnership. But I appreciate the opportunity.
Again, the ...
I was very tired for my first day in Prague on my own as it turned out one of the women sharing my dorm room was the loudest snorer I've ever encountered. She woke me up and kept me awake for almost an hour before I remembered that I'd packed ear plugs. I decided I wanted one of the delicious doughnut/pastries that Scott had previously had and that I'd seen all over the old town. I wandered to a few, but none smelt as good as the one he'd had so I walked across the tourist packed ...
... wall. Seeing the actual structure brings home how desperate the communists were to secure the border, it is tall and thick...
From the River Spree we jumped back on the tram and went to Checkpoint Charlie, the former crossing point between East and West Germany in the American Sector. There is an extensive museum with lots of mementos from the days of the wall, cars that were used to smuggle folks across, helium balloons, pictures of tunnels ...