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... It was to be a 80km trip that would have taken us up to 5hrs. Annette is much happier resting.
We just had our tickets checked. The conductor requested and then stamped our tickets and asked if we had bikes. The answer was yes and that we had tickets. Turned out that we didn't, he let us off which was great! If Old Grump at the Gustrow train station had been a bit more obliging, there would not have been an issue. Twas ...
... so we hopped off regular buses all the while thinking this tour was kind of sucky. Walking round with huge maps in gale force winds was a challenge, but at least we didn't get taken out by runaway tables and chairs. Turns out having a coffee can be more entertaining than tv....chair....zip....table...zip....po or Asian tourist with a chair wrapped around their shins....ouch...was almost like ...
... loop. The dome was free to enter but Joe had to reserve for us and also send our names in for security clearance before hand. I am glad he did this because it was one of the most impressive sites in Berlin and the audio guide was very helpful in pointing out other attractions around Berlin we planned to check out later in the day. We also walked through the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. I didn't know very much about the design but ...
... 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 ...
... bus and we took a side street avoiding all the traffic to Gendarmenmarkt square. We found a little cafe in the square for a light snack . In the middle of the square is the Konzerthause ( concert hall ) and on either side are the French and German cathedrals. All three buildings are of that beautiful old style and as. Rickie said the whole square is a lot nicer place to sit and relax than Potsdamer . Tim again boarded his little red and white bus. As ...