With my time in Berlin at an end I had to leave and catch my next bus. I got all my stuff packed up, had breakfast and left to board. The journey from the bus station to the hostel took about an hour and a half so I made sure to leave early enough in case this was the same on the way back.
With my time in Berlin closing fast, I realised I would have to work out my next stop.
With my body fully refreshed I encouraged myself to get up and explore the city of Berlin and learn abouts it’s, often dark, history.
Berlin is big, too big I think. From the ZOB, the “Central” Bus Station, it took me nearly two hours to navigate through the public transport system. But ultimately I made it to my hostel.
In my previous post, I wrote about the Old Town of Dresden and today I got a glimpse into life on the other side. Today I went to discover the hidden treasures of Neustadt, the new town. Continue reading “Urban Surfer 125”
Minutes after settling into my new abode I drifted off to sleep. Such a deep sleep that I didn’t awake until 11 am. As soon as I realised the extent of my laziness I sprinted into action to explore the city of Dresden. Continue reading “Keep It On Ice”
Contrary to the title, this isn’t my last post but in fact the first of many more to come. I originally thought I’d be in Prague for just a month but it turned out to be 3 instead, and after many tough personal decisions, I decided to venture on again. Continue reading “My Last Serenade”
I really enjoyed my time in Nuremberg no matter how brief it was. Had to leave so quickly as I had a volunteer placement in Prague to get to.
Before I came to Nuremberg I was told of the many similarities to Hamburg which interested me as I really enjoyed my time there. However, since being in Nürnberg, it’s actually, quite obviously, a combination of Hamburg and Munich.
Halloween is over. In the UK, the next big festivity is Guy Fawkes/Bonfire night, in the US, it’s Thanksgiving, and from the looks of things, in Germany, it’s Christmas.