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... grey-haired woman who was obviously in her 50s). We grabbed a drink from the bar, found a couple of deck chairs, and watched the swimmers, whilst listening to the sort of music which they presumably play in Ibiza when everyone's chilling out. I have to say it was VERY relaxing!
In the early evening we took the S-Bahn back to the flat, and had dinner at a pavement cafe just round the corner, rounded off by an ice cream from a great little ice cream parlour over the road.
... 8364; 9.00，日票 （AB Tageskarte）€ 6.90，七日票 5288;AB 7-Tage-Karte）€ 29.50。三至五 20154;同行的朋& #21451;可購Small group day ticket，這票抵& #21040;爛 AB只需€ 16.90！
我不喜歡預 ;先計劃行ఴ 3;，到了旅Ō ...
... later in the early '70’s. In those days much as now, Berlin (or rather West Berlin) was not like anywhere else in (West) Germany. Isolated then from the rest of the country, reachable only by air flying in to Templehof airport; or a drive along a heavily guarded corridor from the west or by train as I did. The city then was full of quirky people attracted by incentives offered by the government in Bonn, speaking heavily American-accented English learned from the many ...
... and four stops later I was at Hackesher Markt. When I walked out of the station I realised I had walked through this area yesterday. I probably could have hoofed it from my hotel, but the train was quicker, even with my little error.
So I walk to the Pergamon museum to see the queue is a mile long. At this stage I really only had a little more than an hour to spare so I figured probably best not to spend to much time in the queue. The queue to the Neuses museum was ...
... with a ginormous bag strapped to the back seems so much more efficient. Even if we ditch the bikes before the camino they will pay their weight in saved transportation costs. It is a much better way to see the area we are staying in rather than underground railways.
See you all in Prague, and please if you read this blog, post something down here to keep me entertained! :D
-and thanks for all the comments Daddy-O :D