Hotel & Ristorante Don Giovanni
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... It was another peep into history and we both really enjoyed it. Now we're in Berlin, just for one night as it's simply a staging post for Moscow. We've been here a few times before, so spent the day on a Hop-on-hop-off bus, just the thing for 2 rather leg sore travellers. Tomorrow Moscow and then the real adventure begins. Don't know whether it's going to be the train trip of a lifetime or a good time for a long sleep. Maybe a bit of ...
... for an hour just as the crowds started to get dense. It was an excellent stop
-onward to Leipsig with an interesting detour right at the end due to an accident on the motorway. Go GPS!! We continued our tradition of driving in a pedestrian only zone as we hunted for our hotel. :-). Glad we have a teeny car.
-we got settled into our simple but clean and adequate hotel n learned ...
... have discovered the answer to travel exhaustion. Club-Mate is some kind of German guarana-infused carbonated iced tea. It actually tastes rather good, and has a decent energy kick. I'm going to test the effects for the next few days.
PS - After two and a half months I decided to try to trim my beard. Unfortunately it had gone past the point of trimmability. I'm back to looking like a 13 year old ...
... eat-sleep needs a shake up to reinvigorate me. That's why it was great to hang out with people yesterday at Christiania (who would've thought there'd be a commune like that in the middle of Copenhagen?), and it's been fun to visit a few familiar faces as I travel. Still, I don't have the energy, nor any interest in partying like many of the other tourists I come across seem to do. Unless there's something unique about a place, like in Christiania yesterday ...
... center. It is a pedestrian only town center, so there are no cars and a lot of people walking around and the architecture is gorgeous, as most of it looks as though it is from the Renaissance Era. Once you pass the entire town center and get to the other side, the city is filled with parks, gardens, and residential neighborhoods with beautiful houses. There is also a campus for the local University, the University of Leipzig, and a library nearby, where a lot ...