TOP CityLine Hotel Domicil
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... 8217;t help it). One area in particular is known as the Shambles and it is a very narrow street made up of shops and tea houses which used to be home to most of the butchers in town. The buildings themselves still retain a lot of the wonderful old charm even though they are occupied by all sorts of different business now. However for the most part the main areas of town were full of modern shopping that we tended to see all over the place in Europe. So after visiting some ...
Today we're due to catch up with Cindy and her new partner, Erik. Prior to that Glenys took a bike out and rode to the Berlin Hauptbahnhoffe to inquire about our train tickets to Warnemunde. Between that and our chats with Jurgen I think we have a 26Euro ticket sorted. I didn't go out this morning, soaked my feet and generally had a scrub up and tidy. Felt good to do nothing after all the running around we've been ...
... only a small plaque there so as not dissuade any further neo Nazi attention. We stopped by Checkpoint Charlie – a hut in the middle of a busy Berlin street where actors dressed like soldiers stood pretending to be the guard between West and East Germany during wartime. They were selling different souvenirs including gas masks and war fatigues. We got photos of ...
... nothing appeared to be open. Public holidays still exist even when you are on holidays. So we went back to another major shopping area - Alexander Platz where Barry ended up buying himself a scarf while I bought myself some jeans. Got home latish - Kaya and Ben came home later happy with their day out - they had found a great book shop, and a second hand shop where they had each bought some things which they were really pleased about. Another great day - we are ...
... room for it all. Paul and I have decided that if we sell anything we will give him half of course. He also asked us if we could try to sell a picture frame for him. It's a huge one, maybe 2 metres by 2 metres. A very funny, interesting and nice person, and a survivor of 2 strokes! He even brought over an opal book from Australia that he had collected some years back to show us. We had a giggle about it. The miners looked so hilarious. Think we have made a friend. ...