Hotel Villa Kastania
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... Classes were in full swing and there were students everywhere! Unfortunately our one attempt at walking through a famous part of the campus was quickly thwarted by a polite security guard and a sign alerting us that this part of campus was for students and faculty only. Luckily the area surrounding Cambridge was full of little farms, cute villages and some great examples of thatched roofs which we had been waiting our whole trip through the English countryside to see. ...
... ready since we had the luxury and still are not feeling well we headed into the city on the metro to hunt down some breakfast/lunch. We stumbled across a weird looking place that just had a couple of elevators and as soon as the promo girl told us the restaurant was on the roof we were sold. From the 6th floor we got the most beautiful view of Prague and had an incredible meal with some equally ...
... there we went to the Victory Column, more stairs.
Sophie had a heard about a vegan cafe that she wanted to go to so we went out on the metro. What we didn't know was that Nerlin was holding it's annual Kulture Festival and the Metro stop was in the middle of the parade.
The number of people that attend this festival is around 1 million and it seemed like they were ...
... re known for it's Xmas markets. There were others that we saw during our time in Berlin that had Ferris wheels, rides for kids, ice skating stinks which looked like so much fun for kids and families during the Xmas break. We got home latish and were ready for yet another day exploring tomorrow. Kaya and Ben will head out separately. I can't wait as we are all enjoying the vibrant, interesting and unique vibe of the ...
... beer of course and planned our adventure for the next day! Night time fell and by that I mean 4pm and this unveiled a gorgeous city under lights. So we donned the beanies, gloves, scarves and jackets and headed out. First stop was the Brandenburg Tor which strikes an almighty presence... Add to this the large lit up Christmas tree and the light mist falling and the Tor looked magical! Strolling down Unter den Linden and then Friedrichstrasse we decided to indulge in ...