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No Golem

that ain’t no golem

but that is his restaurant…

yes… for those of you familiar with Jewish mythology we are now in prague….

…now berlin…

…prague again.

ok ok I’ll stop

this was our first night in Berlin, Greg and I went to alpenstueck, this restaurant was amazing…
the waiter was amazing as well…we didn’t catch his name so from now on he will be known as Gunther…no stereotyping here…

see? mmmm…good veal ravioli, corn chicken with smoked mashed potatoes, venison goulash…
we ended up getting pretty blitzed after aperol aperitifs, many beers and hand crafted plum schnapps…

Berlin is a magical city, they grow corn on the streets….

see corn!

we eventually made it over to cafe eintstein and got the einstein breakfast

again amazing…I love the 21st century…when you can get amazing food in London and Berlin without hardly looking for it!! This breakfast was out of this world.
German for Breakfast is Frühstück, the perfect word for breakfast…
This place was awesome, there were two guys sitting next to us with a jet black great dane (I think, I’m no dog expert, but he was huuuuge) who just sat there on his big red satin pillow (with tassles) in his diamond studded collar calmly waiting for his master to finish reading his ipad… I didn’t get anymore pictures though, maybe greg got one…

We did a lot in Berlin, saw the Gert and Uwe Tobias show at CFA, was really good, did the tourist thing, which I missed out on last time

greg channeled the new german nationalism

bullet patchwork…my dad was in berlin right after the wall fell (and several other times in the 90s) It must have been a pretty crazy landscape then before western capitalism came and fixed up all those broken old buildings…

there is a ton of great graffiti and street art in Berlin but this is the best I got…its so prevalent even in really nice neighborhoods, you kinda forget about it…

I’m pro graffiti by the way

This is another of the last remnants of Berlin’s wwii past, the Humboldthain version of the infamous flak towers…

This is only half of it, the rest is buried under a pile of its own rubble…people rock climb on it now which I guess is pretty cool

Good god this post i getting long, and I haven’t even gotten to prague yet…or the ossuary
but thats enough for now….