Hotel am Brandenburger Tor
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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Finally, it was time to drive to Magdeburg, where we met up with Viking Astrild, our home for the next eight days for our trip down the Elbe River to Prague.
With fewer than one hundred passengers, it's a smaller version of the Viking Longboat on which we sailed down the Rhine a few years ago.
Our cabin is also slightly smaller, but I think we'll ...
... had been so long on the trains with the delays across 4 countries, it was such a relief to see Katarina's smiling face in Potsdam. The walk from the station to their home will always be memorable because the sidewalks in old Potsdam are made up of very small cobbles, each painstakingly hand placed over a century ago, or so it seemed. Our rolling suitcases made a cacophony of noise. ...
... and sort of gross if you thought about where exactly on the cow it was. We ate a few pretzels which unfortunately turned out to be very disappointing! What I did LOVE was that in 4 nights I barely ate any vegetables!! Every dinner meal we got was jam packed with lots of starchy and meaty goodness, without all those gross veggies filling my belly! We also tried curry wursts which are German sausages in a curry sauce (german street food) with ...
A plan emerges. This trip has been a bit of a gradual evolution. At some point during the summer it became obvious to me that cycling was pretty cool, so I bought a touring bike (Surly, Disc Trucker for all you bike geeks out there) with the intention of doing a trip somewhere warmish when I finished work in mid-October. Somehow when I mentioned this to Jeremy he managed to convince me that I should start the trip in Berlin, which didn't exactly fit my idea ...
... a beer.
Even better - taking a swig. Needless to say no-one abuses this and you simply don't come across any yobbos. Though they could well be in the next suburb over...
This looks like fun. Trampolines combined with the sort of harnesses that they use for training acrobats.
Walking back home from the tramstop I came across some young people from Hong Kong on a group tour. They ...