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After a long train ride yesterday I wasn't able to get a blog post out, so here it is! Yesterday was actually a fairly simple day. It was the day we left Nürnberg for Berlin, but first we wanted to see one last important site.
We woke up around eight and leisurely packed our bags, grabbed a small breakfast of croissants and hot chocolate in the lobby, and made our way with our bags to the main train station. One of the neat things about the larger train stations in Europe ...
... biscuits but still a fairly British way to approach the afternoon) we headed off to enjoy the streets of York.
The old town portion of York that we explored was very charming but probably a bit bigger of a town than we had originally pictured. There were of course some great little streets that really reminded you of what it could have been like way back when, with old storefronts that would have served as the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker ...
... to navigate through the crowd! I did fall off once. Got my foot caught in the back pack that was in the parcel carrier! From here we decided we also needed a drink and parked at a riverside restaurant by the Berlin Dom (Cathedral) for a couple of froffies. Both Erik and Cindy are great company and I thought we got on very well. Erik's an IT main man and spent many years travelling the world as a troubleshooter ...
... and everyone is as happy as Larry. By the way, does anyone know who Larry actually is? Good night . . .
Next stop was Magdaburg and getting quite close to Berlin. Campsite Ferienpark Plotsky was excellent again. Ze Germans certainly do 'clean' very well! This is another of those 'resort camp bordering a small lake'. Seems there's quite a lot of them around. This one even has a small zoo for the kids (llamas, goats, chickens etc) and plenty of rabbits everywhere. ...
... memorial to visit the museum underneath until it was time to go back to the Reichstag. Once we went through security, we were able to take an elevator to the glass dome at the top of the Reichstag. There was a great view of the city from the top, and a tour with lots of interesting information about the parliament. I think we were there at a good time because the sun was just setting and it was a very nice view. After, we walked back to our hostel in ...