Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin
First a word of explanation: there is a good reason why the text for this post is not at its beginning but serves as its tail. I do not know what WordPress are up to today and what sort of knobs they have been twiddling down in their high-tech caves but the outcome for me is that I cannot place any images on a chosen line (between paragraphs, behind the paragraphs, etc.) – they would be always snapped up to the very front of the post and “no can do” about it. I also had to embed them in a reversed order since they refuse to follow the order I put them in and do just the opposite. Moving on…
The fourth part of the journey with U1 across Kreuzberg.
The distance between Prinzenstrasse U-Bahn Station and the next stop at Hallesches Tor is relatively big: 1014 metres to be exact. Enough time to relax, look out of the window and if it is summer, curse your fate for making you sit glued to your seat in a steaming hot carriage while thousands of others are frolicking, plunging and splashing down in Prinzenbad next to the Hochbahn.
And if it´s winter, you can curse your fate for making you sit in an overheated, overcrowded train carriage while looking down onto the empty Prinzenbad, day dreaming about that wonderful frolicking, plunging and splashing that takes place there when it´s hot outside.