Leonardo Hotel Berlin City West
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... auto; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: auto; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">All in all Berlin is an amazing historical masterpiece. With a thriving alternative scene it is a very progressive city that is well worth the visit. You are left with a heavy heart, a new perspective and definitely a new found gratitude.
... an adventure. We enjoyed a fun evening with him, not being allowed into one club because we didn't know the names of the DJ's performing (but now we know for next time), but did make it to Tresor, the stereotypical German underground house music club. No vocals, no real melodies, just pure beats and smoke machines.
Berlin was great to us and a shout out to Nawar Basha for showing us a side of the city we might have never known.
To Frankfurt we ...
... to living in small spaces I figured I would manage fine. The weather in Berlin turned nasty soon after my arrival (surprise, surprise), I have seen so much rain in the last 3 weeks - I'm now well and truly over it. By Tuesday I thought I was confident enough to go out and do my long run (the one that I should have done on the weekend). I had a 32km run on my schedule and with limited access to wifi I didn't complete a map reconnaissance ...
Headed north from Prague, a really great place to visit loved it.
Rain started as we were driving, Czech Rep is creating lots of new roads which look great but poor Helga (our GPS) had terrible trouble managing roads that weren't in her system.
... Sunday) The bike tour was great fun! The bikes all had names, so you could ride the Eiffel Tower, or Tom cruise - for a 4 hour stint I think I'd rather be riding Tom cruise than my Taj Mahal ;) it squeaked when you pedalled faster :P Our guide, a young guy from Vancouver, was really good, he had to look after 20 of us on the busy streets and paths of Berlin, navigating is through trams traffic and bus's, whilst giving history lessons about Berlin. We ...