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... no more snow overnight but by the time we were ready to leave at 9am it was snowing again and continued until about 4pm. We had a visit to the Jewish memorial and the Brandenburg Gate followed by a little look at some shops. For dinner this evening we stayed close to our hotel and just walked around the corner to a nice little restaurant and had a lovely meal and drinks for €30. Tomorrow we are going on a walking tour at 10.30. Despite the cold ...
... all sorts of people running around.
Martijn organized our own boat that we hired for 3.5 hours to cruise the canals of Amsterdam. The only way to see the city, we stocked the boat full of beer, crackers, cheese and dips and set sail.
Martijn was ...
Lol. Berlin was fun. Short lived but fun. I got a bit too wastey with Georgia at the hostel bar that I couldn't do much the next day. So I'll tell you about our evening. I started off only drinking Coke. That was good for me. Then there was beer in my hand and more beer and more beer until there was just lots of beer and what do you do with that much beer? You drink it. At about 1am the boys decided they were hungry and wanted kebabs so me and Georgia joined them for a ...
... the 12:31 train to Coburg. Got our luggage from the hotel and back to the train station for the train to Berlin with only one change, Lichtenfels. No problem changing trains there. In fact, the train to Berlin was going to be 15 minutes late. I think that's only the third train to be late and the first to be late by more than 5 minutes.
Then the day began to develop a few hiccups. First, we noticed that some seats seemed to say ...
... It was designed and built by the Moors in a protective medina like formation. Translation, it is an incomprehensible maze of steep narrow cobblestone roads and alleyways, staircases, hidden courtyards and shady squares. Even with a map, it is near impossible to navigate. In fact, we don't have a map. Our directions are scrawled on the back of a crumpled ATM receipt. We emerge from the San Apollonia station and stare at the formidable task laid out before us. We have to wheel, haul and ...