So at 5am Taine and I awoke for the beginning of our Euro tour. We first had to take a bus to lund C than further a train to Malmö where we met up with other exchange kids, I'm so glad for that because trying to find the grand hotel was impossible. But we found it and after a short introduction we were all on the bus bound for Berlin. We did have a quick stop over in Denmark though. Once arriving to Berlin we watched a football game (soccer) and the Germans won. The hotel we stayed in here was priceless! The toilet was right beside a huge toilet where you could look out into other rooms of the hotel. I could just imagine a German man with his newspaper in the morning looking out his window. Also the shower was seethrough and about 30cm's away from the bed. The toilets in these countries were different too for example in Germany you had to press start and stop on it.For dinner it was actually really weird we had a Italian food, the tour guides also told us it was find to drink the water here but majority of the Australians including myself became sick because of it. It was after dinner when the real excitement from the fotty match began. The Germans go full crazy over their soccer. Like it was border line a riot. There were flares, fireworks, revved up cars, motor bikes doing skids and crackers everywhere. The next day we went to a museum about the spys and communism in Germany. It was very informative but went for hours. Next I got to see the Berlin wall- it was different to what I expected like I know they had to make it within a day but I was expecting it to be heaps thicker. The art work on it was quite beautiful though. The final place we visited with the group was Check Point Charley which was the last place for the Germans to go through. After that we all broke out in our own little groups. We mostly just walked around but we did walk up this huge pole thing to have a look out of the city which was nice and we also went on a fariswheel. For dinner we had a traditional german meal of the snitchel.