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Berlin

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Germany is the place to be. We were supposed leave Germany two days ago to go to Poznan, Poland but we like Berlin so much we decided to stay. From the time we stepped off the train in Hamburg we met so many nice people. I love Berlin! There is so much to see and do here. We visited the car museum (awesome antique mercedes) the Berlin library, where you can still see some of the affects of world war II and so many other cool things. The nightlife in Berlin is great and our hostel is awesome. For those who thought we would be staying in scary places and they might cut us into pieces (cough cough old man) our hostel rocks. We shared a room with some really cool people. One of whom was a cop from Wisconsin. He told us that when he pulls someone over, if they look him in the eye he cant give them a ticket. He would feel bad. So I think that is something I have to put into practice when being pulled over in NY to see if it works. Staying in hostels you get to meet so many other people traveling. We also met someone from NY who moved to Australia for work, didnt like it and decided to just travel the world. They have been to Africa, Asia now Europe! I was so impressed.
There is so much to see in Berlin from, where the wall used to be to all these beautiful famous cathedrals and fountains. ONe thing I found wierd was that there wasnt many german restaurants around. We were there for four days and only had like pizza and gyros. We were really eager to try some local food.

In Prague now! will write more soon

Posted by Jude1019 05:35 Archived in Germany

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"For those who thought we would be staying in scary places and they might cut us into pieces (cough cough old man) our hostel rocks".

It all starts out so nice nice until sombody gets cut up...Didn't you see that documentary in the movies "Hostel".

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