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The final days in Berlin have (as always) come around a little too soon. I was just starting to settle in and then it seems that it is time to leave again. The last few days have been slightly overcast in my eyes because of the knowledge that the vacation is coming to an end. I thought several times 'what should I do or see before I go?', but am quite comfortable now that I have had the type of vacation that I wanted to have. One that explores one place well, rather ...
... then. Amsterdam and Berlin are by far my most favourite cities of the trip, just because everything is a complete counter opposite of what the norm is in New Zealand. And it works. In Amsterdam - I don't think I need to highlight what it's most famous for - but no one abuses the system! Amsterdam along with Berlin are the most unruly cities and anything goes, but these 2 cities are the ones i've felt the most safe in. when talking to someone in Amsterdam about the ...
... save $3000 that's including flights. I should be ok. I said a quick prayer and will start mulling with the idea through out this holiday. Maybe after that I could come back and then go to Korea and teach English for a bit there as well. I'm thinking while I'm there convince my colleagues to for to other parts of Asia. I guess talking with Nadzha's classmates have ...
... trouble was we could have met Mike, (our Kiwi guide,) at the station nearer to our hotel and saved ourselves a few euros to boot, however you live and learn.
On the station platform Mike introduced himself as a history buff of the twentieth century and in particular European history around the first and second world wars. Having married an East German girl ten years ago and residing in Berlin gave him an interesting understanding of the time period around the origins ...
... policy until you realise that is very easy to buy bottles of sparkling wine, for example, once you get inside and if you’re the sort of chump who think it is hilarious to throw glass bottles in large crowds then it probably won’t matter whether you bought them inside or outside the party zone. Of course if you really are that sort of chump then the €20 or more per bottle that you would have to pay might be beyond you) but we’d taken the precaution of ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed