Stars Guesthouse Berlin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my parents and brother do a bit of sightseeing through St. Andrews and Edinburgh while we continued on for another couple days with Bree's parents through Northern England.
The first stop on our English road trip was the town of York. Located in the North East corner of England, York has an incredible history dating back to Roman times as a fortified city and strategic location in this island country. Since we had been so preoccupied with the events of the ...
... we found one, but once we did we were off exploring! We went and saw the central train station and then we decided we would go on a boat ride down the river spree, which runs down the middle of Berlin. It started off great until the black clouds came out of no where and we got drenched, but then within half an hour the sky had cleared again and the boat ride was more pleasant, being able to take pictures & have a more enjoyable time in the sun. It was an hour long boat trip ...
... we felt was clever but didn’t function anywhere nearly as well as the one in Melbourne.
To get home we decided to try to catch the bus at Check point Charlie but we missed it as it stopped about 200m short. So we had to walk back about 4km, much to our annoyance. Again luck was with us, as we found a pub cafe on the way & both ordered 'Grilled pig’s leg, bread & mustard’ & a beer, although we weren’t ...
We woke up about 7ish. Both Baz and I were feeling tired after our late night but a late night wasn't going to stop me from another day if exploring. Ben and Kaya were venturing off themselves as were Baz and I.We were both heading to the Mauer St markets which were just down the road. The markets were great - so many interesting things , very similar to our markets with a German theist of course. Met up with Kaya at one stage who was enjoying ...
... used this building as their escape route. One building even had a wedding as the bride's family were on the East and she was on the West. From the memorial we decided to head for the Gendarmenmarkt, which is a square currently holding a Xmas market for some Gluhwien and sausage to warm up. Treen also bought a giant yeast dumpling drowning in vanilla sauce! We found a great cheese man who we bought a nice smelly blue from, an awesome ...