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OK, first, yesterday....last day in Berlin. Our tour was really great. Got to see lots of the new architecture. I think the crowning glory was a building by Frank Gehry. Unlike most of his buildings, this one is rather boring from the outside. It is built in the area by the Brandanburg Gate so there's not lots of room (and it's next to the …
... breakfast included but that is not what organised? Rooms very nice - Gini did not like pillows - no soap shampoo etc Gini tired so went to little restaurant next to hotel - great decision - understood gluten-free - obviously used by locals - good range and much cheaper than Italy Nicki and I went for walk and stunned by beautiful old-town square - people everywhere - party atmosphere - looked like scene out of fairy ...
... Europe! The tea consisted of a slow cooked thin bit of beef in a nice gravy with dumplings which were more of a heavy sliced bread and a lemon slice with jam and whipped cream on top, all on the same plate. Not everyone was impressed but it was alright. Dessert was a sort of apple strudel thing with some cream and ice cream which was good. Afterwards we explored some more and at around 11pm while waiting for the tram home we found the three missing people from our ...
... locals generally keep to themselves!
Final stop on the tour was Prague in the Czech Republic, on the train ride up we shared a very busy train with a Slovakian couple who had been living in Prague for a while. We learnt about some beer halls to visit from them and also practiced our Czech (and Australian, as they were heading there in a couple of months) – one again, nice to meet the locals.
We were ...
... The Old Town Square was originally a market place. Rich merchants built houses surrounding the square. As one looks at at the Tyn church, it seems odd that it's behind the houses, but the houses were there first. (The Tyn, pronounced teen, church towers remind me of Howarts)
The Old Town Hall has a most unique feature - the astronomical clock, built in the 15th century is most amazing. On the main dial, the outermost ring shows Czech time ...
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