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... a multitude of voice. All English! Apparently the rest of Europe suffers from large groups of English students the way London does with the Italians, French etc. Fairs fair. Fed, watered and finding ourselves in the midst of a market closing down we headed back toward the hotel, exploring museum island (getting lost is probably a better description). It was in the hotel bar I happened upon the Spiced Chocolate cocktail. Heaven before ...
... and stopped just shy of Amsterdam in a small village called Beekbergen. Here we hoped to chill out and enjoy the surrounding parks on bike and on foot for two nights.
Turns out the culture in the Netherlands is quite different to what we’re used to. When we hired some bikes, believing we were the fittest athletes on the ...
... shopping, noodle-eating and flowery-dress-wearing people, visit Berlin and I guarantee after a walk down within these neighbourhoods your you will find your inner punk. 4. Dining Diversity If you love curry, your in luck (I knowwwww. I never would have guessed it either). Prefer Turkish food? No worries, Berlin has the biggest Turkish ...
... old cars and saw 2 towers full of new cars waiting to be given to their new owners by a robot thing that worked a bit like when you choose something from a vending machine.
After that they took me to an older collection of all things Volkswagen. There were lots of Beetles including one that was made out of wicker and one of wood. All sorts of different other V Ws and of ...
... names, from which country, our names, what might be inside and so on. It was a victorious moment for me! We then were directed into another room of the enormous building where our parcel was waiting for us. We had to open everything, including the very nicely wrapped presents (a bit of a spoiler) until they were satisfied that the contents of this parcel were harmless to the citizens of Germany. For some reason I don't think Australian chocolate would do much harm to the ...