Villa Amadeus Hotel
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... finally go home. I was very thankful for the reception staff at the hostel who called taxi’s for me, faxed off paperwork and carried my bags for me; while the breakfast room staff got me breakfast every morning so I could sit down. Even so, it was a struggle and had I been capable of doing so I would have attempted to move myself to a hotel, but it was just too hard.
My first flight was just a quick one, Berlin to Frankfurt but I was assisted onto and off the plane ...
... of Germany vs. Ghana. As we approached the square where the game was streaming live to a crowd of over 100,000 "football" fans, we kept hearing the cheers for each blocked goal. The game ended in a draw 2-2 but the crowd was still very excited.
After a long day, we made our way back to the hotel and settled into bed around midnight. Looking forward to a good night's sleep and a more restful day tomorrow. Can't wait for Foster's concert tomorrow ...
... paying the respective amount. On our way back to the Hostel we stopped by a Gelato place. I had a blueberry and strawberry flavor for 2 euro.
We did quite a lot today seeing as how we didn't get any sleep. We got back and I met some cool people from Vancouver and chatted with them for a while. Tomorrow the plan is to go on a free tour offered by the hostel. We are going to check out wha tour small town has to offer!
-- Ryan L.
... with eggs and carrots and I made baked eggplant stuffed with mushrooms, onions garlic, tomato, olives and rice with rocket. Still going strong on the vegan front. :-) it's a good opportunity to experiment with cooking too. Like the rice paper rolls. Definitely a new favourite! Off to bed. Good luck tomorrow Pauly And a big good luck to everyone in the mountains too for this coming day. Love you all and take care of yourselves. ...
... The artwork had a lot of political, humanitarian and environmental messages. After a 10 minute look we were done so I caught the train out to the Stasi headquarters while Fi went back. The headquarters were nothing special, it was a typical communist style of architecture and furnishings. Inside the bottom two floors were various life stories and details of how people lived under the regime. The third and fourth floor had been furnished just as it had been when they ceased ...