Apartments Am Kurfurstendamm
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... see us going back to explore more of the city. Next stop was Berlin. The train from Bonn to Berlin takes about 5 hours but the trains are really comfortable so it goes by pretty quickly. When we arrived in Berlin we had to navigate to our hotel on the S-bahn which is like their metro system. It was easy to use which is always a relief when you have an 18kg rucksack on your back! We only had a day to spend in Berlin so it was a bit of a whistle stop tour of the main ...
... beer, while following 'the Mexican' who organizes the event that was on his bicycle and wagon filled with empty beer bottle from späti to späti
At around midnight and roughly seven Späti later we decide to head home, but not without taking a detour with the most sketchiest area id ever been to, it was an abondoned bombed out train station turned into electro, punk rave houses. As we walked we just heard the bass and thump from these abandoned ...
... to get a feel for what the city is all about. This included the deep dark and unbelievable time of when this city was divided by a wall and a pawn in East West diplomatic games.
After a wonderful German breakfast at the Hampton Inn. We are staying on points from over the last couple years, so this is not an apartment, but it is extremely comfortable and has great access to city transportation. It is something else to be sleeping in an American style bed. This is the ...
You know, I’m 60 years old this year. I’ve been denying it and will continue to do
so, but every once in a while I’m painfully reminded that I’m getting to be an
old man. In my younger years I didn’t
think I would live to be 30. Now at 60 I
fear I’m learning that I need to compensate for my creaky bones. Last time I was in Europe in 2009 I was 70
lbs heavier and I was determined ...
Today Paul and I went to the technology museum in kreuzberg which is apparently one of europes largest technology museums!
The museum was huge, set in an old factory and about 4 levels high. Paul was mesmerised at all of the old engines and particularly the paper mills and printing section. It was a very cool museum and I would definitely visit it again!
There was also a section on energy ...