Mikon Eastgate Hotel
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We did manage to relax a bit in Beekbergen with slightly sore butts from the bike seats. Something we had to get used to as we jumped on a train into Amsterdam to catch up once again with the Dutch superheroes, Martijn and Lesley.
... to share on the bus ride....it was delicious :-). We finally got to Berlin at about 3.30/4 The hotel we are staying at is quite nice, in a funky part of town which is known to be a bit eccentric. We had a nice chill out - a nap and got changed too as we have an included dinner tonight at Hofbrauhaus :-) - pork knuckles and large steins! The Hofbrauhaus is such a massive ...
... bbq curried sausages (Once freshly bbq...don't think about it too much, it will gross you out) on every sidewalk. 5. Alternative Art. Incredible. From the East Side Gallery to the hidden graffiti lined lanes. Such talent. 6. The people. Berlin Whether you have a top knot on the front of your head, laugh loudly or wrongly pronounce every german ...
... the usuall VW symbol. Well, we were in a town called Wolfsburg. As burg means castle,it is not a dog but a wolf and castle!
We had a cup of tea then left for Berlin. On the way we went into a town called Magdeburg that Ed and Willow had been to in1991. It had been in East Germany so communist. Not much had changed but it was quite a lot busier.We had quite a slow journey ...
... out of the bad and clutched it to his chest. 'I love my mum' he exclaimed. He then told me that he was going to take it to work and share it with all of his work mates.. And that's just what he did. At least that's what he told me he did. He may have just eaten it all to himself! We then departed one another as Paul went off to work and I ventured to Kopenick to pick up the next parcel. This was one from my mum and apparently was way too big to fit in Heidi's letterbox so we had ...