Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... or my 9498th days of life, but no one seemed to remember to celebrate those two (actually, that last one might have been my 26th anniversary). If anything, reading either one of these numbers is equally hard: my nine thousandth eight hundredth sixtieth second day is every bit as difficult to pronounce as any day after my 30th. If we wish to celebrate a special day, why not do so on a nice round number, like my 9900th day of life (in about a month), or better yet, when I reach ...
... had. It looked really nice. After
climbing into the pool with BB and J, the issue we had was that it was only wait deep, but it was still fun. The sauna they have here is amazing though. It’s my first time in a proper sauna, in my life. So J set it all up having done do before when in Finland. Basically J was pouring pool water over extremely hot rocks so that the steam that rises goes towards you. It was amazing! Very very ...
... as well. One thing to be prepared for - you don't pay for drinks in pubs as you go, they always run a tab and you pay at the end. I think you're expected to tip even in a pub. But at least this way you're not awkwardly tipping with each beer. And bear in mind that they no doubt earn as much as us but beers in pubs are much cheaper than in Australia. I'm somewhat surprised that they can keep up ...
... I dont know if it's because I'm Canadian as some would say, or if it's cause my mother raised me right, but I wasn't about to let her go alone. And my attempts at getting her to stay and sleep it off were pointless. So we headed out into the night to find some food. Luckily not too far away was a small resturant selling pizza slices, and she was happy with that. She ate her food and we headed back to the hostel to finally get some sleep. And that was the end of the my adventures for that day. ...
... Brandenburg gate. Went through the gate into the old east Berlin. Money being made with people posing in Russian uniforms, East German uniforms, American flags etc etc. very touristy. Lots of tourists and surprisingly for the first time crowds. We then visited the new memorial to the gypsies of Europe(about 500,000 died in the concentration camps) and then the memorial to the holocaust. Very spectacular and ...
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