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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Last day in Berlin today. There are a couple of places we've seen but not really spent time at. The Reichstag, the Music/Opera Platz, the Berliner Dom, the National Museum and a few others. Well we saw all of them whilst pedalling around on our bikes. You know, Berlin gives as much courtesy to its bike riders as it does it's pedestrians and it's car drivers. It really is the way to go. The cyclists have exclusive use of their own lanes - and it works really well. Drivers just accept ...
... on the design of the Pantheon in Rome. Largely destroyed in WWII, the rebuilding wasn't completed until the 1960's. Unfortunately, I have to say this is the worst cathedral I have ever been in. It seems that there was a deliberate attempt to omit almost all forms of catholic iconography. Without wanting to labour the point, I have included a pic of one of the Stations of the Cross - ambiguous, cryptic, almost comical.
Tiergarten - this is a lovely park in ...
... burgers. That was fine with us, it was a burger birthday! Paul ordered a Hawaiian burger with chicken, bacon and pineapple and I ordered a seitan burger with mayonnaise. It was so strange, they looked exactly like meat! Mine not so much, but Paul's definitely! And they both tasted really good. I can't remember what meat tastes like so I don't know if it was a meat tasting burger. Paul said it resembled it a little, but he enjoyed it all the same. It was a bit of fun anyway ...
... won't screw up customs too badly!!!
Wow, customs was a breeze. Picked up our luggage, short line for the final check, and we're on the shuttle heading home. Jim just realized he left THE HAT on the plane. He's just not meant to have that hat!!
Diane picked us up, Caryn and Carly were waiting for us when we got home, and Rhona came by to say hello. So good to be home!
End Note: it's 4:30 AM and we're both up and watching TV. Damn jet lag......End of Log.
... reptiles with the New Zealand entrant the tuatara.
The Olympic stadium was very impressive & we were over the finish line. The throws are very popular in Berlin & had all the stars. The public no exactly what is happening & alert us more track nuts. Valerie Adams dominated as usual & Robert Harting ...