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... We had a few drinks at the end of the cruise
at a nice bar overlooking the river. Pina
Colada’s was the girl’s choice while the boys had good German draught beer. We staggered home about 4.30 pm via the
supermarket for our cold meat and salad.
Incidentally, our drinks bill was as much as three night food but we
thoroughly enjoyed giving Berlin a good farewell. Tomorrow we are off to Munich.
... gained some great iced coffee we went back to the hotel to avoid the 97 degree heat (and have our laundry done). In the meantime, we sat in the lobby writing the last few blogs because we had to switch rooms. Four hours later, our laundry still wasn't done (we literally needed everything done) so we left for dinner near the East Side Gallery. The gallery is a graffitied remnant of the Berlin Wall. Some segments were cool ...
... morning we caught the train to Alexander platz where we met for a third reich/nazi Germany bike tour of Berlin. The bike tour was great, even if everything felt illegal! No helmet, riding across pedestrian crossings, riding on pedestrian paths at times and running red lights! The tour ended up going for over 5 hours! But we saw so much, so many hidden monuments that you wouldn't find by yourself. Some places were the former Jewish quarter, nazi bunkers, air raid shelter, ...
... another local speciality. They were both delicious but shadowed by the beer which was really nice due to the purity laws on brewing in Germany.
We then headed back out into the cold to the Christmas markets. It took all of 10 minutes before the group got split up in the large crowd. Joel and I was with Carli and Anja and we wandered around the market enjoying the sights, sounds and especially the culinary delights. I spoilt myself by having a ...
This was another travel day - about a five hour train ride from Prague to Germany. We had a bit of a wait at the station but we both felt too tired to go anywhere and the facilities were pretty good. We got talking at one stage to a slightly strange German woman who was trying to find her way home to Ireland on the cheapest route. The problem was her dog which several airlines had rejected. I never quite figured out why she ...