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... short tour of the wall finished with us on the opposite end of the old city from our hotel so we had the perfect opportunity to explore the narrow cobblestone streets and little shops. Following a quick lunch at a traditional English pub we began to walk towards what we thought was the center of town but we didn’t make it very far. Literally right next door to the pub was a vegetarian and vegan restaurant which would have been a much better option for lunch for ...
... to see. And people have created cool artwork all over it. We walked most of the length of what was remaining and took some pictures here and there of artwork that stood out to us. Then we found a nature project that looked like some outdoorsy hippie area. It was interesting and a nice spot to stop and soak up the sun. I need to be warm. I'm sick of being cold. And Europe is like bipolar with their weather in the summer. It can be hot as hell for a few hours then it rains then ...
... we think! Of course he could be back in his Motorhome saying to his wife - 'Vat der devilitch praten das Englese dompkofs'. But that's enough about that.
We left Amsterdam with a view to driving on to Groningen via a one night stopover in Harlingen, but when we got here, OMG, Harlingen turns out to be another gem of a town, so we booked in for an extra night. The 2014 Tall Ships Race had been in port just 2 days prior to our arrival and the town was still very ...
Finally got around to going for a jog. Good way to see the neighbourhood. Looks a bit on the seedy side actually.
I had to have a beer in here to soak up some of the local atmosphere.
I think people were signing up at the conference today but I heard about an Esperanto games session at an ice cream parlour somewhere in Berlin. Surprisingly it ...
... something really delicious. Note for next time, ask for an English menu!
Today I had us booked in for a tour of the VW Transparent Factory (Gläserne Manufaktur). I was a bit unsure how interesting it would be and whether it would just be a giant marketing exercise, but it was fantastic! The only car processed in the factory is the top of the range Phaeton, which isn't available in Australia yet, but costs ...