Instead of to Inspire a Visit to Berlin, this post focuses on the History of Berlin. I was truly moved by the city’s take of remembering their history and the focus they put on learning from the past. In recent history, they’ve seen the atrocity of the Second World War with its concentration camps and […]
Day 54 – Berchtesgaden National Park We had breakfast, made lunch and packed lots of water figuring we’d need it and headed up on our trek. Most normal people were getting in the jennerbahn, aka the cable car, but being as skint as we are, we thought we’d hike up to the first level at […]
Day 15 – Berlin to Prague Berlin has been amazing. We’ve done so much, yet there’s still so much to do! The town has commemorated everything that happened here in a really nice way and aims to tell its story to as many people as possible. On our way out we decided to visit the […]
Day 13 – Berlin and D Day Ok, so not the actual D Day. But D Day for us as it was Results Day! And… drum roll please. We are both going to graduate in September with 1st Class Degrees. We were up early again as we had booked to go up to the dome […]
Day 11 – Berlin As it turns out, Jack has realised that I am rather short. So pretty much any seat I sit on in the van, including the toilet, I can’t reach the floor. We visited the tourist office to collect a map to draw on so that we could plan our days in Berlin […]
Day 9 – Hamburg We moved the van as planned and wandered to the old docks. The whole of Hamburg is basically one big dock, but this older section is quite beautiful. As Lidl didn’t have any nice looking bread the night before, we even treated ourselves to lunch followed by an ice cream!
Day 7 – Cologne Turns out we arrived in Cologne at the correct moment. We woke up the next morning to find out it was a German equivalent of a bank holiday and that lots of other campers were fighting for the spots along the river. We wandered into the town towards the Dom Cathedral, […]