Life in Berlin
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm Anna and we welcome you to today's video about our life in Berlin. We're both from the S and T. And yeah, we're happy to have you here today. Tell me, what was the strangest thing that happened to you in Berlin? Well, uh, this goes back to how we met. Honestly, the strange thing that ever happened to me in my life, not only in Berlin, it was a Friday evening. So the two groups joined together on we were all sitting at the same table on. Both signed up for a university for master in this case is empty and it turns out same same course, same year now. I mean, what are the odds such a coincidence and definitely the strangest thing that happens. As you know, public transport is a great way to come from a to B. What is your strangest thing you saw in the U Bahn here for S Bahn, which is the public transport here? Oh, that's a great question. I mean, like in Berlin, when you drag the U Bahn or Trump. I mean, you see a lot of homeless people and also a lot of musicians and creative people like they're painting in the U Bahn or I don't know, some great guitar players or singers. I think the strange thing that I saw Cuba is actually a dance battle in, uh, u bahn, it was really great, like, really great. They were like five or six guys and they were like dancing together into a bon with some speakers and like, it was really cool to look at. They have, like, a really great feeling and a great I don't know, it was really great e strange and great at the same time. So the next question is what waas the first German word you learn and I need to say that we're both German, so it's like a funny question to us. Do you remember what was the first German? What you learn? I mean honestly, difficult to say Probably it. Thinking off the typical stereotype of German speaking English, they can't really say E. I mean, yes, I think that's quite funny. I really can't remember what was the first German what I learned. I also remember that I really like early learned the word cat and I don't know why it's cuts in German. I don't know why, because I don't really have a cat. At the last few months of summer, what was your favorite place here in Berlin? Oh, that's a great question. I mean, there are many places which are really nice to visit in Berlin. So it's a lot off, like history being there, and you can do a lot of things. Also the summer There were, like many people, like dancing around, listen to music and yeah, it's a great feeling there. It's true on there is this one rooftop called Can it? It's very authentic Berlin all like it really shows the vibe of the city on watching the sunset. It's just really, really beautiful or as an alternative, not being a rooftop. Its height smacked, and it's also they have different stands in the summer. It Z just It just brings the vibe of Berlin, Um, completely. Have any insider tips for people off Arab Berlin way Have any idea about cool? Insiders believe insider? Well, um, a thing that really, really is part of my routine on the weekend is going to the different flea markets that are available here yesterday. I mean, in every kids, kids like the German word or Berlin word, actually for different neighborhoods. Each neighborhood is really unique, like each neighbor. Understand when you're on Um, yeah, each neighborhood has, like their own flea market, and it's just a hole in atmosphere vibe that this flea market gives. It's not like a normal flea market, but it's you can't really describe. It's just the typical insider tip and I really, really, if you come to Berlin, you have to go to the different free markets. Here in Philly, science, the neighborhood which we will take you on a tour, you can see a for example, everything is full of graffiti, but it's just so authentic. Then you have people playing music, selling their things, and yeah, way actually just came from the free market. So and I'm reflecting back at the time you spent, you know, Berlin. I didn't expect that because actually, many German big cities like I don't know, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich. So people speak German in stores, they speak German, I don't know on the street, but in Berlin is quite it's quite different. We have, like many different cultures coming together here, believe, and many, many great food shops or stores with so international food only, like really German foods such a small part of the city. So we hope you got a bit of a glance off how our life here in Berlin, iss I mean, we love it.