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... different offices and shops, we finally found the right tickets. The tickets are usable between Zagarolo and within central Rome.
The Hostel is up on a hill and is structured as a quiet retreat camp site. Our rooms are very big and the breakfast here lasts until noon! So we don't have to worry about missing breakfast like we did at the other hostels!
We made our way back into Rome after settling ourselves into our new bunks. Luckily, there was a free ...
... weather. It is an amazing stadium, and was built for the Olympics (there are even relics from the war days, including a massive bell which has had the swastika smelted into a square). It was impossibly freezing in the stadium, the coldest game we’ve been too. We were cold even in our thermals, jumpers, jackets, boots, hats, scarves, and gloves. Werder lost! It was so nice to get back to our hotel room after the game and warm ...
... an island in the middle of the Spree river. There are five museums of which I went to
three. My main interest are the ancient
collections and I wasn’t disappointed in seeing the real bust of Nefertiti and
the Istar Gate, the Pergamon Alter and the Market Gate of Mileteus. Huge buildings which were disassembled and
reassembled here. Then I just walked and
In the evening I went back out ...
... that I ended up booking through one of the sites that keep resetting my dates and offering me other "cheaper" dates than what I wanted. Oh well. They allowed me to cancel that booking, but since they didn't have room that night, I needed to find a new place.
Thank goodness for the internet. In a few short clicks I had reserved a place at Generator Hostel. I headed back to the metro station, actually not too upset that I didn't have to drag my bag the whole way. ...
... flea market was partly winding down but we still got to look at a lot of antique stuff, clothes, jewelry, junk that I bought (sunglasses, wristband) and junk Amy bought (earrings, handbags). The marketplace was full of energy and included several street artists and performers. What made Mauer Park a top Berlin spot for me, though, was not the market but rather the open amphitheater that was packed with people participating in an open-for-all karaoke. The energy ...