Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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It was another chocolate croissant and latte kind of morning and I again made the quick trip around the corner to the same little cafe to kick off the day. We didn't have a lot left on our list of things to do in Berlin so today was done at a little slower then our usual pace. However we had planned to meet Martyn a bit later in the day, a mate from school who has called Berlin home for the past few months. By the time we got our a's into g and left the apartment, and after ...
... the glass doors and waved. He wrote his name on our map so we can add him on Facebook, but we'll never see him again. Such a fleeting encounter. Such a cool dude. We walked back to the hostel and I facetimed David for awhile to fill him in on everything (I had to do it from an Irish girl's phone because it wasn't working on mine for some reason.) After that, I went to the room, took a soap-me-down, caught up on the blog a little bit, and went to sleep at the reasonable time of around 1:30 ...
... a wish! After this we got our first sighting of the remains of the Berlin Wall. This section is barely standing but allows you to imagine what it would have been like to have the wall throughout the entire city. In order for visitors to never forget where the wall was, they have now put a 2 brick wide line throughout the entire city marking where the wall used to stand. We also saw Checkpoint Charlie and the beginning of the American Sector.
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... We even tried to ask for help but trying to describe certain things with a language barrier is just impossible and this particular item proved to be one of them. Not wanting to leave empty handed we made our way over to the handbag section and found Bree’s favorite German designer…BREE and she found a very pretty brown clutch as a souvenir of her time in Germany. We then proceeded to head over to another big mall area near Potsdamer Platz which was a very ...
... path and headed for the coast where we rejoined the Cleveland Way and walked south for about two hours to Robin Hood Bay. As Jane commented the walk finished like it started and it felt like a good bookend to the start at St Bee's. After finding our Robin Hood Bay accommodation at The Villa, run by another Jane, we had a very welcome warm bath and then put on fresh clothes and our worn boots. We staggered slowly down the very steep hill to complete the walk by dipping our boots ...