Berlin Georghof & Hostel
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... 8th and return on February 3rd. We are also going to couch surf the entire way therefore no accommodation costs! Excellent! P.s I also forgot to include that during the week we visited our first Christmas market at Charlottenburg castle berlin. It was huge! We had a great time, munching on sugar peanuts, drinking Glühwine, and wandering around looking at all the cute stalls. Paul was very surprised at how strong the wine was. It certainly warmed us up. It was such a cold ...
... the street, trying all sorts of crazy ****. Like mango beer from Ghana and cherry beer I thought I was funny by pressing Alinas hand one time, and her response was to say "wow, it feels like my dad!" Weird enough?
Hipster cup! Event taking place in Berlin this saturday. What was it? I still have no idea. What did we do there? I don't know. One funny thing though is that the guard outside saw me walking up to the entrance with the huge ...
... haven't given the site any meaning). Quite a day. Then we had dinner and beer at a Bavarian restaurant recommended by Michael, very hardy food. Pork knuckles have a surprisingly large amount of meat on them.
But that was Berlin, I wonder if we'll be able to go anywhere I won't feel like I need to go back to and spend at least a month at but Berlin is up the top of my list (which will be ever growing no doubt). And the next day it was time to jump of a train to ...
... only homosexual men. The Nazis justified their persecution by saying that they weren't contributing to the longevity of the German race. Interestingly, there is no evidence that the Nazis persecuted lesbians.
The memorial itself was a single stone pillar, intentionally similar to the stone pillars at the Holocaust memorial.
6. Holocaust Memorial
This was the same memorial I'd visited the day before, dedicated to all the Jews who were persecuted ...
... tonight so asked if it was ok just to have soup and drinks. They said it was fine so we found a small table in the greenhouse area, surrounded by palms and other exotic plants and lots of other customers and put our order in.
The soup was good - we were both attracted by the Horseradish soup and it didn't disappoint - and a local beer that I tried was ok too, but Movenpick are perhaps best known for their ice creams and there was a constant stream of interesting looking ...
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