Travel Blogs from Haarlem
Helloooo, I just had a coffee (if you can call it that) and a chocolate brownie with cheesecake icecream...so I'm a little high on sugar and thought this would be the perfect time to do another entry! Also, because we are staying at a hotel that has an actual computer...so I don't have to type the whole thing out on a little …
And yes, we have actually had a little rain at last. What an amazing European summer we have had- over two months before we got any rain!
Despite being September tomorrow, it’s still warm during the day when sunny- around 22-25c although down to around 13c at night.
This summer I'm going on two separate trips, one was in July the other will be at the end of August. The first one was to Switzerland, for a week of Alpine hiking and the second one to DC, Boston, Milan and Paris. These are 2 really great trips.
However, for me a huge part of the fun is planning it all out. And at a certain point you've planned it all out booked everything and printed everything and it's all in a neat file, the only thing left to do is actually ...
... to railway station to book next leg seats to
Salzburg Austria and then had breakfast at mc
Donalds - first time - same all over the world I think. Caught the hop on off bus and had a cruise and had a good day looking around
Berlin and the
Berlin wall remains etc. We still have a day tomorrow which we can pick a couple of things to look at in detail. That's all for now so please keep well and safe and love to you all from
... The people got increasingly friendly with a move south and a move to the countryside, which was spectacular. I'll miss people gathering in the street on plastic chairs sharing food and creating a buzz. I'll also miss venturing into a war scarred landscape and meeting villagers. What I won't miss is the obsession with money of those in close contact with westerners. The concept of there being no price low enough for something you don't want ...