Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin
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... names, but you get the gist. We also learned that when Napoleon conquered the Netherlands, he was so appalled at Amsterdam being a capital city, he sent his younger brother to rule there.
After the walking tour, we visited the Cheese museum in Amsterdam. The Dutch make a lot of cheese, so there was a lot of free samples. Later that night, we went on a walking tour of the Red Light District, learning about the origin and ins and out of the ...
4 am wake up....as we left our hostel in Split as quietly as possible and headed into the car for a 4 hour drive to Zagreb! I tired to stay awake to give Joe company as he drove but I was in and out of sleep the whole time. We had to return the car and make our flight to Stuttgart as there were no direct flights to Berlin. Everything went smoothly and we got to the airport an hour before we could even check in. When we landed in Stuttgart it ...
... began to settle in, bells rang and rang and rang everywhere. It was really nice to hear them all. We decided that whilst everyone was having a night in with their families, Paul and I were going to have a night out on the town.. True Christmas Eve style.. Pity not much was open. We caught the train to friedrichshain, had a wander around at this once bustling suburb of Berlin. Now it was completely quite with not too many people in sight. Still we wandered until ...
... for some sightseeing with Uncle Theo and Auntie Shirley. We did a boat cruise on a canal in the city which was nice, I expect it would have been nicer if the weather was a little brighter. I followed the boat tour with a visit to the Reichstag. You have to book online to enter the building but it is truly worth it. It was a wonderful view and an amazing building. As I was now on a sightseeing roll, I headed to the Brandenburg Gates which is ...
... well, cause we couldn't take our eyes of the road. Sitting on 130 most of the way, we were left standing still by the big European cars that must have been doing at least 200kms. I kept thinking 'thank god we are on our own' as I would have stopped the car and put anyone out who dared to speak. Paul did an amazing job and I am so glad he didn't need me to take the wheel. Don't think he would have risked it even ...