I went to Germany this summer with my Aunt Linda to visit my German cousins. We had an amazing time visiting Hamburg and Berlin. The company was fantastic too :)
This is the post office in Hamburg. No big deal.
This was our breakfast spread just about every morning in Hamburg.
We went to a beach bar in Hamburg, and Martin went to buy drinks. He came back with the biggest pretzels known to man and orange beer!
Antoneta stuck with regular beer.
The whole gang!
Martin and his mom :)
Chatting up a storm
These buildings belong to anarchists or something. The police tried to evict them in the 80's, and they threw stuff down on them, so the police left them there. Still haven't gotten evicted, thirty years later!
I totally thought this was a real guy for a minute. It's a statue.
Turned out Hamburg Harley Days was going on when we were in town, so Martin, Linda and I went to check out the cycles down at the Raperbahn (which is also Hamburg's red-light district).
Cool wall art
And sex shops
And table dances too!
This guy was riding the smallest motorcycle known to man!
The streets were packed
Artistic shot :)
We then went to Berlin, where we went to see the Wall.
It's surreal and quite crazy to think that this separated two parts of Berlin
The graffiti was really cool
This is a picture of a picture, but I thought the saying was spot on. "We have never had to put a wall up to keep our people in."
This was an artistic interpretation of the Wall and its effects. You have to look through slits to see the work.
This was a view through the slits.
Lunch time beer!
I bought a dress in a box! Still haven't opened it, I'm waiting for necessary moment.
This church was originally built around the 1700s (I think) but was destroyed during WWII. It was completely rebuilt in the 80s.
This is a mosaic, not a mural. How cool is that?
Antoneta's sister invited us to a dinner at the restaurant she works at. The food was fantastic, the company delightful, and wine aplenty.
Martin got creative with my camera.
This was the restaurant. The light on the left side is a bicyclist flying by.
And just a cool pic!
Martin's backyard in Berlin. So cute and really close to downtown!
One last beer before I took the night train to Switzerland!