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... happening just half an hour after arriving back at the Roma Termini. We metro'd to the meeting spot to catch the English tour around the main structural icons of Rome. We saw the Colosseum, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, old Ruins of ancient Rome, passed by a few churches, and the Altare Della Patria.
Dinner was at a pizzeria called La Renalla. They served a variety of pizza's and charge per gram. So you just select the size you want, they cut it to ...
Today was another driving day. It started again very early and we had to lug our luggage all across Prague trying to find the bus, on cobblestoned roads. It wasn't easy and was a really bad start to the day. When we finally made it on the bus we were sweating and tired. This made it quite easy to fall asleep straight away on the bus. Little did we know that while we were asleep everyone else was told of our next stop off. It was at the city ...
... the Berlin Festival
of Lights, an event each October where art is projected onto various public
buildings. Pretty amazing. The shots you see are at the Brandenburg
Gate, the Hotel de Roma and the Berliner Dom.
It was a little drizzly, but those of us who braved the elements weren’t
disappointed. ( I struck out the second
night to find another site, but it rained so hard with lightning and thunder I
... I was hungry and I tried to stop at the few restaurants that appeared to be somewhat open, but they were all closing. I took the train to the K North station that was close to my new hostel. I passed on eating at McDonalds, and the risk paid off as there was a pizza place nearby the hostel that was still open. I grabbed a pizza and the Danish version of a sprite and headed to the hostel. As it turns out, you're not allowed to bring outside food into the hostel. They ...
... contagious with hordes of people singing along - entertaining and being entertained all at once.
After Mauer Park, Amy and I walked down to Berlin's oldest beer garden: Pratergarten and feasted on our best meal there: bratwurst, some other wurst, baked potatoes and lots of beer. It was a huge open air beer garden with the narrowest and most delicious menu I've ever seen. We headed back to Kreuzberg late and had a 6am flight back to Paris.