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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... back to a bus again, unless desperate. It was also another great day to reaffirm my reasons for traveling – spending time with myself, affording time for myself and my brain to rest, meet amazingly different people from all over the world, learn about them, from them and give a little in return and obviously, try and touch different parts of this big, wide, glorious world. I have landed in Vienna, Austria and everyday I thank my lucky stars that I'm able to do what I'm doing.
... were women and men of all ages in their birthday suits! Apparently this is illegal, but has been tolerated for many decades for some reason. The Berlin Wall display is excellent viewing with huge billboards with vivid black and white pictures and recounting the impact on society and the people through significant events from the political rise of Hitler and a dictatorship in Germany from 1933, through the war, and then the Berlin Wall erection in 1961 ...
... we needed more transport experiences (especially those suffering from motion sickness) and so on a cruise we went; now having done planes, busses and boats. The cruise down the River Spree, allowed us all to view the various sculptures, bridges, and buildings of modern and traditional Berlin- as noted as ‘a city of great contrast'. Even more so when we passed a nude woman, wearing only a helmet as she went down the street on a segue.
... she used to work. Their specialty? Horse Steak (yes, I made sure I made a joke about Black Caviar being an appetiser… multiple times).
Now I know that horse lasagna has been receiving a lot of bad press lately but over in Belgium, Horse is considered quite the specialty. Whilst not game to order it ourselves, Clo and I did try some of Jason’s and… honestly… it’s quite edible. A sweeter, darker meat than your regular beef steak… but ...
... was really just a form of torture. I'm sure it's a mistake we will make again. On a side note, if you're ever looking for a souvenir beer stein... Don't waste $90 at a souvenir shop... Head to a flea market for an original at just $1. It can sit on your shelf the same as it sat on the last persons shelf. On the way home we ducked into the famous KaDeWe shopping centre. I had worn through one pair of jeans and was looking for another pair. Adam and I split ...
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