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... He didn't want any money for the transfer. It would have cost us £50 by taxi or we could have taken the underground subway but with our tight time restrictions and my limited mobility we had planned to taxi it. As a thank you to Graham Toby slipped money into his top pocket. We made it to the airport, cleared check in and relaxed at Starbucks (finally soy milk again, clearly people throughout the UK & Ireland have no dairy intolerances as Starbucks is ...
... by someone who mistakenly thought they were important. We ignore him. He must think we are Jack or something, he doesn't understand our left footed capabilities. In a show of strength he does five push-ups, without a breather ... we stop immediately, this bloke is rough. Scratching for idea of things to do, having exhausted the ipad games and facebook I turn to my filthy shoes. Once as flashy as a high class escort, now resembling a twenty cent gutter slut, this had to change. ...
... red and yellow. And the public viewing areas they had set up were spectacular. The weather was great, as well, so there was no shortage of rabid fans watching the massive screens all around. In the end, Germany won another game, and is only 1 win away from the final. We’ll see if they can keep going.
In the meantime, I’m going to keep going, and I’ll never think of Germans as too cold and too serious again.
Czech Republic is ...
... down the block and chose this quaint place furnished in wood. It ended up being an Italian restaurant. So yes, we did eat at an Italian restaurant while in Germany, days before going to Italy. Initially we were frustrated by this, but the food was delicious. We then bought two half liters of beer at the bodega nearby, and drank them out in the garden before going on an evening walk around the bustling neighborhood.
The next morning, we woke up ...
... in the middle of the River Spree home to Berlin's museums. The whole island is a world heritage site and you can see why. The buildings are huge and awesome old architecture! The Berliner Dom greets you as you walk down Unter den Linden. It is a huge cathedral and you can climb the 267 steps to the top if you want.... We passed on that and went straight to the Pergamon Museum. Not being massive museum people we picked the one that interested us most. Having said ...