Inn Sight City Apartments
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... on its
side with oil and petrol running out.
I went over to
Gert to check him out and see if there was any major wrong with him.
With the help of a bystander I lifted the bike up and
noticed a hole in the engine cover. Several litres of oil were on the road.
Bystanders had already called an ambulance which arrived
at the scene about 10 minutes later.
Gert was taken care of by the medical staff while ...
... soon told that an Israeli President was visiting and security was very high complete with armoured vehicles and guards with guns. One particular night, the busabout group had decided to pay for a pub crawl which I opted not too. In my perspective, it is entirely possible to do your own pub crawl for free and go to places you actually want to go to rather than being hustled from one place to the next. Another Australian girl I had met had the same consensus so we decided ...
... on the ground coming into Dresden has now disappeared at least for the moment. We have another hour and a half till Berlin. We arrived in Berlin on time into a very impressive station and quickly found our way to a taxi. This turned out to be a very short ride down Invaliden Strasse to the hotel. We went out for an explore to find some supper and ended up down the street in an Asian cafe for soup wontons and spring roll with a glass of red. Very ...
... a lot so I’ll probably go on to write it heaps more.
We were set to stay in Amsterdam for the best part of a week to take a break, update our resumes and start the process of looking for jobs. Our flight home was booked and we had a mere 3.5 weeks left to run amuck. There was still heaps of fun to be had in Amsterdam though. Heaps more on that next ...
... information boards that are rather hidden in one of the passage ways up from the S-Bahn.
Back on the U-Bahn and we headed to StadtMitte, and a quick look around the large Gendarmenmarkt square that has the Konzerthaus Berlin in the middle with two Churches facing each other at opposite ends of the square. We walked up 100s of steps of the Franzšosischer Dom to the balcony that provided really good views around ...