Park Holiday Congress & Wellness Hotel
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So, I love Berlin. Like love love. During our four-day visit I've seen a few things over and over that made me smile every time. There are restaurants and bars of every kind, ridiculously easy public transit options (LRT, the metro & buses), and tons of green space - apparently 1/3 of the city's space is made up of parks, lakes and rivers.There are so many bikes, so many fearless bike riders, and bike lanes all over the place. (And if ...
... we went into town. Geoff really wanted to get a hair cut as well so we looked up a place before we left and decided to go there and hopefully there was a coffee shop around it. The barber shop was really nice, the people not so much, but Geoff had an appointment for 2:30, so we had an hour and a half to kill. We found a McCafe and had a coffee and a bite to eat. European McCafe is a lot better than back home. Geoff went back to the barber shop and I ...
4/5/6 July. Vienna - Prague You might think it's a bit hard to believe, but after 5mins struggling to work it out, I think these dates are correct.... :( Anyway, on Sat morning, we headed for town and walked to the station, and bought a ticket to the other end of the city where there is an amazing big "Schloss", or castle - actually whilst technically correct, it is a bit of a misnomer and the establishment should more probably be named a "summer palace" or ...
... and the platform was fortunately very close to where I'd been waiting. The train trip was 7 hours long and for the most part my compartment was full :( When I arrived in Prague I realised that I'd forgotten to take note of how to get to the apartment where I'd be meeting Uncle Russell and Scott, but I knew it wasn't too far and as it was close to 11pm I elected to get a taxi (of course I agreed on a price beforehand and did all those smart traveller things). As we were driving ...
... to an army barracks. We were all so confused as to why we would be visiting an army barracks. Once we got there we saw coats hanging on the bunks (staged to look like it did during WWII), and the coats had yellow stars on them. It was then that we realized this is where the Jews stayed. Our guide failed to explain to us that we were visiting army barracks that were used to house Jews. It's this kind of miscommunication that made the whole tour ...