SensCity Hotel Berlin Spandau
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... on Berlin that I either didn't have time or energy to share while I was there - a scattering of impressions of some things I saw and some places I visited.
Graffiti: From what I could tell, Berlin is one gigantic canvas! I've never seen so much graffiti in my life as I did there. Sometimes graffiti has a sinister air and speaks of vandalism and decay, but somehow it didn't feel that way in Berlin. On the contrary, it felt kind ...
... Platz' - mission accomplished.
A new store called 'Primark' had not long ago opened and there were young people everywhere.
Selling cheap clothes and toilettries and shoes and coats and......
Lots of tourists also sitting around the Fountain along with many Homeless and Punks. We remember these groups from years ago and they all have Dogs and they always have a bier in hand!
We got growled at by a a bloke cooking ...
... ventured to a club. I don't remember the name. I'm just assuming it has no vowels because, well, it's Germany.
Walking it reminded me like every sketchy place I've ever been to in Brooklyn, most people rolling and offering me MDMA. I walked into the women's bathroom only to find five guys waiting outside the stalls, offering the girls cocaine and ecstasy.
"I just want to pee, man."
I found my way back out to the group of guys I came ...
... East to West during that time and of course the remaining parts of the Wall itself. Brandenburg Gate which has been around since the 17th Century and has been an important part of Berlin's history. For the twenty nine years that the wall was up this Gate was in no mans land and was in the dividing line between East and West Berlin. Of course many parts of the city have only been in ...
... went to last night. We saw the Royal Library, and he told us about the Nazi's burning the books. There was a small memorial there, where you can look through a window in the ground and see rows of empty bookcases. Also, there is normally a book sale in the plaza, but the weather was horrible that day. Our final stop was Humboldt University which is very prestigious. Our guide is studying there now, so he was able to give more information. ...