In May, Mr. Selfish and I spent eleven days in Berlin. This was the longest time we had ever stayed in one city while on vacation. It was a precursor to this ultimate “Selfish” year. We stayed in an apartment, grocery shopped, cooked in, and generally took it easy in Berlin.
One of the most memorable things that we did in Berlin was the Peristal Singum labyrinth. The labyrinth was built by hippies in what seems like a large abandoned apartment building. Interestingly, the labyrinth is next to a bar/dance club called the Salon Zur Wilden Renate. You order drinks and pay the person at the bar 10 euros to go into the labyrinth. You then sit in the outside courtyard and enjoy your drinks, and eventually, someone comes and brings you into the labyrinth.
The person that retrieved me was a goth looking girl with a husky voice. She gave me a gold coin and told me that I needed it to enter the labyrinth. She then told me to leave all my bad thoughts in the foyer area and enter the labyrinth. I put the gold coin into a door and then went down a slide.