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Left Munich very early to fly to Berlin. Had to catch the train in which took about an hour and a half. Managed to fall asleep on it which was good. Denise was waiting for us when we arrived into Berlin which was great. Also very warm and nice and sunny! Headed to the generator hostel and got our room sorted. Decided to head out for a walk and explore a bit until Gary arrived later on. Went to ...
... br> Today's lessons:
1. No matter how fast you think you're going on the autobahn, there is always someone going faster (including the cops)
2. Cyclists have the right of way
3. A cold beer can be hard to find (if you're not in a pub), but when you do its dirt cheap!! (as is the steak)
4. The air bed pumps up much quicker when you have electricity close to ...
... This is one of those places where you could easily spend days and days (probably months actually) exploring everything that it has to offer but we did our best to see some of the highlights that morning. One of the nice things about all of the major museums in London is that they are free to the public, making them extremely popular year round for tourists and locals alike. This however did not stop us from being duped into buying our first ...
... placing them in a machine that will stamp the time and date on it for you, and the above mentioned lack of WIFI everywhere. We left the city in the early hours of Saturday morning, to take a train to Munich for Oktoberfest. Walking to the station, it summed up a lot of what we thought about this place. Dodging piles of vomit, rubbish and broken glass, heavily intoxicated people leaving (and entering) night clubs, and of course the cyclists, we said farewell to Berlin and were on our ...
... Magdaburg was nothing really to write home about, so we won't. One should remember that this area was squarely in the DDR and the old Soviet influence is evident in the 'Moscow' architecture that ruled when the city was rebuilt after its destruction in WW2. What was interesting was the journey from, and back to the campsite. On the way to the city, we forgot our previous bus/train experience and duly boarded a bus to Magdaburg. Forty minutes later the 15km torture was over and ...