Travel Blogs from Berlin
... needing some work done. There are no old art works in the building - only modern ones. The seats in the house are purple because it was a choice between grey and purple (the only colours which are not associated with political parties) and the MPs decided grey would be too depressing when the building is mostly beige. In the basement we were shown a modern art work - boxes, one with the name of each MP since 1918, when the Kaiser stepped down and the start ...
... br> were going to cities that I hadn't already been to I'd be a bit more
excited. Or maybe it's just the effect of having travelled for so
long that I'm becoming desensitised to the sites and attractions. I
feel like I'm getting sick and everyday I feel tired. If I could go
home for two weeks and then come back, I definitely would. But
there's not that much drawing me back home. Only my parents, my
friends (mainly Tristan to be honest) ...
... work is being down on the damaged tower part so the entire tower part is covered with a protective outer shell so you cannot see inside. We arrive 15 minutes after closing time so we can't go inside to view the interior. On the list for a future visit I supposed.
Now that the day is coming to an end, we head back home for a glass of wine and to get ready for our departure from Berlin in the morning.
... think it's easier to have a one-night stand than a fling because you definitely cannot get emotionally attached to someone on a one-night thing. But with flings I definitely get attached and I feel sad and it's **** when it's over. And also both of them are my friends, so I think I'd rather keep them as friends then to ruin it by hooking up with them, then it getting awkward when we leave the tour and go on with our own lives. Especially Drew, I can't wait to see him again ...
... our Amsterdam stay.
We continued our Bovine themed adventures (Little Horsted – UK, Horse Restaurant – Belgium) by staying in a hotel called the ‘Iron Horse’ a horse themed hotel in the heart of Amsterdam. No longer were they on our dinner plates, now horses adorned every wall of the building… silently reminding us of what we had done.
Upon hitting the streets we quickly learned of an Amster past time. Due to one-way streets ...