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... it was pretty much dark by the time we ventured out but that allowed us to see the main square and all of the little side streets lit up and offered a really charming sight even if most of the shops had closed for the night. After exploring a bit we found ourselves walking along one of the cute little canals and decided to stop in for dinner at a Flemish restaurant right on the water. It was a little too chilly to sit outside (and the view was just so so in the dark) but ...
... colour their perception and they ignore the evidence to the contrary. But from the first moments in Paris I was guided down the darker path. I noticed the underbelly of the city far more than the glorious monuments. Berlin was the immediate opposite. Here was a city that made an effort to be likeable. It has a horrifically fractured past, but manages to seem like a much healthier city than Paris or Barcelona or anywhere else really. At least ...
Berlin can easily be described as a city of diversity: grand architecture which is potentially graffitied; a multicultural blend of people from ultra conservative to heavily tattooed; a seriousness that permeates, in spite of Pilsner being drunk at all times of day, by all ages and across genders. A city which has fascinated us from our time growing up as Cold War kids (the Berlin Wall came down in my Gr. 10 year) and ...
... itself as it is in Kamloops, but rather it is in the heart of the old town. It is small little details like these that can make the crazy first week run a little smoother.
The next factor to keep in mind is that the realty of your destination can be significantly different then what you expect. Each community has its own subculture, and having the ability to not get distracted or distraught that your perfect plan ...
... It was like summer had returned ... Minus the warmth. But still it was beautiful! After school, I called Paul and suggested we take advantage of the weather and do something. He came and met me on the bike and we found a nice little park, sheltered from the wind and in direct sunlight. There we sat for about an hour, chatting and soaking up some vitamin d. We then crossed the road and went to a little cafe we like at the ring centre on Karl-Marx Allee. ...