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... 8217;t help it). One area in particular is known as the Shambles and it is a very narrow street made up of shops and tea houses which used to be home to most of the butchers in town. The buildings themselves still retain a lot of the wonderful old charm even though they are occupied by all sorts of different business now. However for the most part the main areas of town were full of modern shopping that we tended to see all over the place in Europe. So after visiting some ...
... and the Canadians had seemed keen to do it the night before when me mentioned it. In fact we ended up with way more people wanting to join us than we had spaces available.
Unfortunately we didn't plan quite well enough and had to skip the first spot we booked as the Canadians were out for most of the day. Luckily EXIT had a spare free slot at 9 pm and by the time we had to leave everyone was back and ready to go. Sadly that meant a few ...
... make sure you visit the Hanama House Museum in Die Hoofstraat. It is an example of what a small town Museum should be, simply out of this world - even if it was all in Dutch. And Peter fell immediately in love with the gorgeous young curator. Put this town on your bucket list. Tomorrow we are off to Groningen.
Groningen: Some people we'd met back in Brugge had said we must not miss Groningen (a small city / large town) and reading internet feedback reinforced our ...
... years of a divided Germany and a divided Berlin.
More immigrants. This time Croatian; playing some weird form of boule with what looked like cannon balls.
Teatime - Croatian. I've now officially given up on making a big attempt to overwhelmingly eat German while in Germany.
Tomorrow I suppose I'll get to meet some ...
... train was 10 mins late so i didn't get to Berlin till 8:30pm. I had started my travels at 10am so i was pretty wiped. After the train ride i had to take a local train to the next stop and walk a little to the hostel. Finally getting here i go up to my room and get settled. I ended the night by going to bed around 11 or so. The next day i slept in and decided to do a laundry day. Had to walk about 15mins ...