, der beim 36 Berliner Halbmarathon die 21,1 km in 01:02:07 lief. Damit kam der Kenianer hinter seinen Landsmännern Richard Mengich und Simon Tesfay auf Platz 3. Die 10 km passierte er nach 28:42 min. Hier schaut er sich um weil, Arne Gabius direkt hinter ihm in Ziel lief.
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Bei einer Radtour im französichen Jura während der Tour de France habe ich das Foto von dem imposanten Bergmassiv Mont Aiguille gemacht.
Yeah, Berlin isn’t really the place for plastic money. We prefer the old-fashioned paper kind. So nur bargeld, please.
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But then you remember that Berlin was destroyed. Destroyed over and over again, and then divided, and than reunited and all this history is “hidden” from you. It’s not easy to immediately appreciate Berlin, you have to do your homework to fully enjoy it.
Pay attention on the bullet holes all over the historical buildings. Notice how there’s several new buildings in a city with over 700 years of history. (That’s because of war, guys! War.) See all the parks we have? Those were actually extensively bombed areas. Berlin usually built parks over them because houses were too expensive. Berlin’s motto is ‘poor but pretty.’
Yeah, it’s legendary. People dress up in fetish costumes, the loud sounds of the nightclubs, the different people from all over the world, the vibe…
I’ve lived here for four years and no one’s ever asked me to go to Berghain. It doesn’t matter if you’re a metalhead, punkrocker, techno lover or just want to have a good time with your friends in a bar. Berlin is big enough for all of us.
I confess, they are very scary at first. But after awhile, you’ll see that enormous German words are just regular words without spaces between them.
But then you notice that Berlin is Berlin and Bavaria is Bavaria and those two don’t have a lot in common. Prepare to eat your wurst with ketchup and curry and to have Turkish food more easily available than German food. And here, the beer is 500ml because 1L beer makes no sense — it will get flat, warm(er) and it’s just not practical to carry a heavy glass through an entire night.
Get used to it: you can buy a good beer for less than 80 cents but a bottle of water will set you back 1.60€. Consider it a sign.
You could easily have 30€ in coins just clanging around in your bag.
But they won’t. Because everybody speaks English. If a Berliner tells you they don’t speak English very well, they’ll most likely be way more articulate than most US or UK-born citizens.
Again: Bavaria is not Berlin. And even in Bavaria, they don’t do that.