B&B Big Sleep
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... write up, namely visits to art galleries, the Hamburger Bahnhof, full of very contemporary art as well as the New National Art Gallery. We had hoped to go out to Potsdam but unfortunately it rained. We had such a full schedule in Berlin that the week there went so quickly. Can't believe we've got just over a week to go before we head off home. Glad the election is over and hopefully the weather will have settled down. It was really warm in Berlin, shorts and sandals, and even though ...
... times as I wandered along the main street, Limburgstraat, my eyes were drawn to the original Mason's Guild House, which is topped by Moriscos dancers which turn in the wind.
It was interesting to see the Great Butchers' Hall and its' trusses which are now used to hang Gandaham. The Galgenhuisje (gallows house) which was the former tripe house was a gallows in the 17th century but it is now a small cafe. ...
... lit up in different colours to the music! It was very cool! When they finished up, the marching band guys came out again to herd all the business people to their next destination! So we said goodbye to Steve, then decided to go back to the pub from last night for a drink. We had a few beers and used some wifi for a while, then we headed out to find some chips for dinner. Filip was closed though, so we started to head to the tram, and just go to the shop by Karina's place, but went down ...
Our third day we hoped on a train and heading to Ghent. It was a bit of a mission from the station to the centre city and we probably should have got a tram but who knows how to use them.
Ghent, like Bruges, is very pretty and has a lot of lovely backdrops all along everywhere you look. It's not yet over run by tourists like Bruges so it was quite nice and quiet, pretty cruisey just walking round checking out the sights. We didn't do too much more really ...
... with your fingers, followed by showing your pinkie finger. Then voila, beer!
After two months of being surrounded by mostly Australians, suddenly, I was a novelty again! People were very interested in what I had to say about Australia, asking me questions etc, so that was kind of nice. All in all, it was a fun night filled with drinking, dancing, and general socializing. Got back to Joke’s at about 4am, and fell straight ...