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... arrange everything and rang me shortly after to tell me that
a truck would be there in about 30 to 60 minutes.
In the end I waited 4 ½ hours by the side of the road before someone arrived. Some local
people were very surprised by all this and offered me a bottle of water and
some food. It turned out that the truck depot of the German RAC was only 10
minutes away. They had heard the sirens but weren’t contacted by the Dutch ...
... place to hangout. We stumbled across an Irish pub, we didn't want to be too far from our hostel and it was right down the road so we decided to settle in. It had a cozy atmosphere and reasonably priced drinks which was all we needed. It wasn't long before it had completely filled up with British people watching the soccer on the TV, rowdy as usual. Initially, we were only going to stay for a couple of drinks but soon found ourselves a little worse for ware. After ...
... no more snow overnight but by the time we were ready to leave at 9am it was snowing again and continued until about 4pm. We had a visit to the Jewish memorial and the Brandenburg Gate followed by a little look at some shops. For dinner this evening we stayed close to our hotel and just walked around the corner to a nice little restaurant and had a lovely meal and drinks for €30. Tomorrow we are going on a walking tour at 10.30. Despite the cold ...
... were all the GDR and Politburo dignitaties lived.
Then back on the U/S-Bahn to take in the 1km of graffiti that is the East Side Gallery. We rejoined the S/U-Bahn network for our return trip back to the hotel, calling in to get some things for dinner. Really good having a reasonable mini-supermarket directly opposite the hotel.
Crikey, what a day. Shopping sounds to be on the cards for tomorrow!
... and ran into my Korean roommate. She was already drunk and passed out... At 430... She is only on her 3rd day abroad so I "understand" the need to party.. I packed (made plenty of noise) for the beginning of the end. Happy thoughts! I headed to the common room and got a free beer and met some cool Brits who had just started their journey. We grabbed some pizza and watched the soccer game. My last one in Europe! Not ready for tomorrow! Tomorrow: Dublin! Part ...