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Didn't get up until 11am as we hadn't got in until 6am that morning. None of us are feeling good at all. Inga and Hayden didn't come out so they had already gotten up and headed out for the morning. Alternative walking tour which we had already books started at 2pm so got some kebabs and headed into town to meet ing and Hayd. The walking was hard ...
... of all sizes and loads of exotic fish.
We'd definitely recommend this to families of all ages. It's well layed-out, beautifully landscaped complete with sculptures and architecturally interesting buildings.
The last stop was the gift shop, of course, for Josie, who selected a stuffed animal.
We were all tired so decided to return to the hotel for a bit of rest, showers and checking e-mail.
Dinner was ...
... trip through England everything was excellent and we can’t say thank you enough for everything!
Luckily we didn’t have too much time to be sad because after dropping them off at their hotel we returned the rental car and caught the airport shuttle over to the other side of the terminal to meet up with my parents and brother. After some quick hello’s and hugs we got geared up with our Oyster Cards for the public transportation in London and made ...
... C'est la vit. When we got the photos we were angry that we had paid for vandalised goods, but now when we look at it, we both start laughing as it's the most authentic souvenir of Berlin, other than a piece of the wall. If you're not seeing graffiti, you mustn't been in Berlin anymore. Every possible space is covered in some type of mural ranging from the very clever and thought provoking, to the graffiti that has had no thought put into it beside a rude word, ...
... market, where Peter bought, in typical Peter fashion – a huge punnet of strawberries, and a clutch of rhubarb. Oh, and the station has a most magnificent entrance hall. Worth a number of photos. So, that’s it for Groningen. Nice to have seen it but don’t feel the need to go back.
Our trip to Hanover was eventful for the large number of thunder showers we drove through. When it rains here it really rains! Wanted to do a big grocery shop at Aldi but ...