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... dragged myself out of bed and got all showered and ready for this job interview. Had a couple hours to kill so I had lunch at an awesome Thai restaurant and practiced my language skills reading German trash mags. Wandered around a gorgeous little park, past what I think was a school cause there were these beautiful old buildings and there were kids playing everywhere.. but they're 'playground' was in 3 different sections of the park and there seemed to be ...
... house which turned out to be one seriously impressive old building! Double height ceilings, ridiculously huge bedrooms, really nice old features and a great location… definitely the best place I have surfed yet.
When we got home Sarah had kindly brought an amazing bottle of rum which we enjoyed a glass of before deciding to head out on a walk to an old abandoned airport near her house before it got completely dark. It was a pretty amazing sight ...
... couldn't keep our eyes off it in the end: and the journey passed pretty quickly. We got some lovely photos, I will try and add them when I can :)
Now sat on our comfy comfy bed in Prague (so comfy) waiting for Sam to shower so that we can go and eat. Have a busy day ahead of us tomorrow with lots of things to see: and maybe a Jazz Club in the evening! So just going to have a relaxed, food filled night tonight.
On the way to Amsterdam, the bus was fully loaded except for 1 or 2 seats. The 8 seats around me were all filled with Australians so we all got chatting and discussing what everyone's plans were for the next few days. The tour guide on the bus was a Canadian guy (Ben) who was a bit of a weirdo (he performed a rap on the bus. It was pretty terrible) Although, he was a pretty good salesman as he sold me a comedy show, a pub crawl and a bike tour as well as a 3 day ...
... to get the 06:25 from Brussels, changing at Cologne. It felt pretty great to be able to relax and watch the German landscape pass-by from the seat of a very comfortable ICE train (well one of us saw the landscape, it would seem that the 05:30 start was a little early for some!). We exited the train at Berlin Ostbahnof and walked on to our hostel.
Kreuzberg screams youth, young people are everywhere but in Kreuzberg the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Otto Berlin
Loved the location of the hotel, Charlottenburg. Hotel staff was very welcoming and helpful. Spacious and clean rooms. The breakfast on the top floor was spectacular. Will stay again for sure.
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