Topdomizil - Apartments 'Platz Vor Dem Neuen Tor'
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... had Spain and Switzerland to visit.
The afternoon sun started to get warmer with a bit of humidity in the air which made it a bit uncomfortable. Luckily this was towards the end of the tour so we could stop for another beer.
After our beers, we wandered through some street markets nearby and stopped for a frozen yogurt with fresh berries. Heaps of European Wasp’s were around Berlin we noticed (especially near food areas) but the ...
... in the streets that outlines the Wall's border. Parts of the Wall still stand and are placed throughout the city to remember. I took a walk out to East Berlin to see the East Side Gallery where a long stretch of the Wall still stands, covered in murals from 105 artists from all over the world. That's where you'll find the iconic image of the communist leaders kissing.
Other iconic sites include the government building ...
... her daughter in Copenhagen and then spent a week in Malaga. Carmen and Gitte soon became friends.
After our relaxing house sit in the Grunewald, we planned on taking a train from Berlin to a couple of Carmen's favorite places in Germany. Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Garmisch Partenkirchen, which to this day, I cannot pronounce correctly.
... t sure it was completely frozen. So we skated around the outside, about 2 metres from the shore. It was such a beautiful day. The temperature was about 5 degrees and the sun was shining. We were all rugged up but as we skated, we shed more layers until we were just wearing our jeans, tshirt and jumper each, with a beanie too of course. We had races and tried to play a bit of hockey..not that I had ever played hockey before, but it was really fun. Once again we both felt like ...
... good price too. I would like to go back and try their pizzas with soy cheese. We then caught the train to the bus depot and waited 2 hours for our bus. It was pretty cold and we were so tired, but there wasn't a lot more to do on a Sunday night. Our bus came at about 2am, almost an hour late and we eagerly hopped on. I slept for almost the entire way. Paul only a little bit. Hence me writing the blog whilst he sleeps next to me in our cute little room in a cute little pension in ...