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Another 5 hour bus trip to berlin so we were up at the crack of dawn again. Berlin is such an amazing city which has been through so much! We did a free walking tour through the hostel which covered most of the sites and then we did our own thing to fill in the gaps. The tour started at Brandenburg gate which was one of the few entrances between Eastern and Western ...
... Once we had our bikes we were off down the road. Alyson noticed her bike as making funny noises and after a few blocks noticed that actually the front tire was completely flat! So we had to bike back to the shop and try again. Once we had a new bike for Alyson we were back on the road, take 2! We rode down frankfurter allee to Alexanderplatz. From there we had to ride on some very busy roads to get to the cathedral. We looked around the cathedral then climbed the ...
... of a Jewish resident who lost their life during WWII. Our travels then took us to Museum Island, where we marveled at the front of the Alte Museum, the front of which was the backdrop for many of Hitler's speeches. We next went to Bebelplatz where there is a memorial to the Nazi burning of 20,000 books on May 10, 1933. There is also a memorable quote there from Heinriche Heine which was quite prescient and states: That was only a prelude, there where they ...
... Durst. Or at least a guy who looked a lot like him. And he led us into the matrix. That's right I followed Fred Durst into the matrix. In this case the matrix was a club, but still. After about 5 hours of dancing on the one dancefloor we finally headed home. I woke up the next morning/afternoon and went to the hostel lobby and looked at a big sign that said something along the lines of 'matrix nightclub, seven floors of fun'... So it's fair to say we ...
... We climb up onto two of nine stools stretched along a bar, order a glass of the house wine and fifteen minutes later the place is packed with hungry diners. The restaurant is run by a husband and wife team. There is a menu, but the host really decides what you eat and the hostess decides how it is prepared. Best of all, is the baked cheese appetizer dripped over warm bread and accompanied by seasoned olives. It is perfectly paired with an Alentejo wine. Parading around Porto: ...