East Side City Hotel
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... for our last night tonight with our group and also to celebrate Dave's birthday. The tour guide gave him a present and organised an extra desert, with something the equivalent of a Roman candle without the coloured balls shooting out of it, stuck plum in the middle of it. It felt a bit like cracker night! Well we've arrived in Madrid and it's the next day. Start our tour officially tonight at a welcome dinner. Looking forward to it. Will talk again in a couple of ...
... out what to do. Since our ultimate goal was to get up to the rooftop bar in the first place and they hadn't been letting us before, we decided to go back in and try to get up there- and we did! We were up about 15 stories on the rooftop and the sky was already beginning to lighten. We were up there with a random mix of people, and we all watched the sunrise together. I talked to the French guy who I had helped get in to the place 4 hours earlier about Game of Thrones, ...
... names, but you get the gist. We also learned that when Napoleon conquered the Netherlands, he was so appalled at Amsterdam being a capital city, he sent his younger brother to rule there.
After the walking tour, we visited the Cheese museum in Amsterdam. The Dutch make a lot of cheese, so there was a lot of free samples. Later that night, we went on a walking tour of the Red Light District, learning about the origin and ins and out of the ...
Trains are getting expensive in Europe. They're not able to compete with the cheap buses and low cost airlines. We found a bus that took us from Dresden to Berlin for 6 Euros each. That's 1/5 of a train ticket and it was slightly faster. I just read the other day that Germany is ending several of its classic overnight trains, including the Berlin to Amsterdam train. Nobody's taking them anymore! I'm glad we got our 2 overnighters in because it's ...
... a beautiful, seventeenth century, low ceiling farmhouse, run by an American woman Sandra. As usual our room was up three flights of stairs in the roof space, but with it's own bathroom. The owners of B&B's seem to assume walkers are fit and put them upstairs every time! I had fantasised that we would find the Badger having his legs massaged by nubile milk maids while he sipped a trencher of ale, but in fact he was flat on his back in bed with nothing more than a pack of ...