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... a bus to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium where there is a free tour of the stadium. The stadium was amazing and no wonder it is regarded as the best stadium in the world. After the tour i walk down to the Main street of Madrid to get lunch and do some shopping. Madrid is Beautiful and everyone there is so friendly.
When i'm finished with all of my activities planned for the day i'm buggered. tomorrow is going to be a massive day then i go home.
Today we took a hop on hop off bus tour around the city. The city is amazing. Some buildings are old and beautiful and some are new and very modern looking. We learnt a bit about Berlin's past and the war. In the afternoon we met our friend Mike on the other side of town and talked in the park. He made some pizza for dinner and we played ...
I was super excited to be on the plane back to Berlin. Not that I didn’t enjoy Copenhagen, but I had been looking forward to this day for quite some time. I was very confident in Germany’s chances after the mauling of the previous match, but still a bit nervous as this was potentially going to be the best night of my life.
I had met a couple of Germans while in Copenhagen who were also going to be watching the game in Berlin. They had left a ...
... Berlin and am happy to have them do this for us, for me it's just great to spend time with them. Today Tuesday we are off for a trip on the River Spree on a river cruise. We pick one that takes us not just on the river but also through the back canals through some of the residential parts of Berlin. It's a lovely slow paced relaxing ride and gives us a great aspect of Berlin. We pass under many low bridges, which ...
... but I think it's really important to learn about our history.
We found a Vapianos for lunch - where else could we eat!? - and ate lots of pizza and pasta. Afterwards we walked around the streets for a while, looking at the very expensive shops and getting a feel for the area. We walked through the Brandenburg Gate towards Tierpark, and went to the Reichstag government building, although we didn't go inside. We also saw the German ...