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... 8217;t seem phased by them but there we were trying to shoo them away – haha.
We made our way back to our hotel and had a snooze before heading back downstairs to the hotel’s bar/lounge to watch MotoGP over a couple of beers before bed.
We now found ourselves on the train again, bound for Prague where we will stay for 3 nights. We have heard so many lovely things about Prague so looking forward to it! Missing my babies very much… ...
We woke up at 4am to catch the 4.50am shuttle bus to Dubrovnik airport. With our flight delayed it ended up being around a 4 hour wait at the airport, so by the time we were on the plane to Berlin we didn't have any trouble falling asleep. We arrived in Berlin and navigated the bus and train system to our apartment in Kreuzberg - a very grungy but hip suburb a bit like Brunswick but with 10 times the graffiti! As instructed by the apartment ...
... most large European cities have fantastic transportation options. Many with subways, light rail, buses, boats and trams. Berlin was no exception! The location of our new Berlin flat was perfect. We met Alex and Sabine for dinner later that night and had a traditional German dinner. Spaetzle Noodles, Schnitzel, Bratwurst and Sauerkraut washed down with a good German Beer.
... in and land himself a good, full time, well paying job back home. Over here it is impossible for him to find work by himself, with no language skills and no tools. He is a bit down about it. He did visit about 20 workshops in 2 days so I can understand why. But all is not lost, plan B is to approach hostels in Berlin with the hope of landing him a maintenance or cleaning job. Marc has also offered him one day of work with his company ...
... been to yesterday and also we were heading to today. Around the edge of the viewing area were signs showing you which cities you were facing. We waved to Santiago! Sydney was not listed. We left the tower and stopped for a hot drink in a lovely outdoor café before heading off to the Pergamon museum. Along the way we posted some postcards, bought some rolls for lunch and admired the incredible building around us on Museum Island. We passed the Berliner Dom ...