Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cnr9D9pgjRg
I also saw the advertisement on the S-bahn. I just liked too much.
The beggining of the internship was really easy; the woman who would be (and I still call) boss picked me up at the airport and helped me to get to my first residence where I could only slept two nights after I arrived so meanwhile I slept on a near hostal. So it was good not to get lost looking for adresses and was good to start to know my boss.
In this hostal I had a lot of luck with my partners: Stonian couple, 3 swedish and a US guy who the two nights I was there he took over one friend of him. Also there was another person but none of us was able to see him/her. They all were kind people and didn't do a lot of noise the two nights I was there, coexisting with them was easy. Those days I made a little tourism (I will talk about it in other post), getting to know the city and going to party in a place called "Suicide Circus"-comments apart.
After these days I was able to go to my temporary room (only one week there) and at the same time I started my internship. Those first days were kind of chaotic: Finding a room for a month, getting to know how to transport in the city with the S-Bahn, U-bahn, busses, and the train in order to go to Müncheberg, one hour away from Berlin, where I did my internship.
I visited 3 rooms and at the end I choosed one near Baumschulenweg station from where it was relatively easy to get to the station where I had to take the train to Müncheberg. It also had a very good point on it, it was close, to the best place for me on the city, Treptower Park.
|An unfriendly warning in Treptower Park|