Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain
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... in the basement luggage room! I almost cried tears of joy. I don't consider myself a materialistic person, but receiving my bag of clothes, toiletries, and shoes was one of the most relieving feelings in the world. We brought our bags up to our room 408, and rejoiced at the thought of clean clothes. For the next hour, We all took turns showering, getting clean, and unpacking our luggage. Although inconvenient, having our stuff back was so, so great. Sophie wasn't ...
... completely destroyed the Berlin Wall, they sectioned off 1.2 km of it and invited artists to come and paint whatever they felt like painting. Most painting were very political and expressive about what the wall meant to them, but there were some that seemed to me that they were just there for fun. Oh and how could I forget about food and drinks. While in Berlin we did what we were told and we had curry worst, which is a sausage in curry ketchup. It is delicious. ...
The first thing we saw from the tour bus, this hotel sign should have warned me it was going to be ugly. We got off the bus and began our walk-about.
This is the sign Rosalind and I saw, although what we saw was the flip side, which read "You are leaving the American sector . . . " And the milling throngs certainly weren't there. It was a funky, winter day as I recall. The whole mood was somber and strictly business. While we were eager to get on ...
... we found one, but once we did we were off exploring! We went and saw the central train station and then we decided we would go on a boat ride down the river spree, which runs down the middle of Berlin. It started off great until the black clouds came out of no where and we got drenched, but then within half an hour the sky had cleared again and the boat ride was more pleasant, being able to take pictures & have a more enjoyable time in the sun. It was an hour long boat trip ...
... I didn't dare **** in it; I thought I'd be abused for ******* in a vase or something... when David and I compared notes later on it turned out we'd both had the same reaction. On the way back in the subway there was even a roving troubadour. I was impressed though the locals probably see it all the time. I again had tea at the Croatian restaurant. Pretty good food. Good, friendly atmosphere. And a complimentary šlivovic ...