We started to walk more and for this we are always in search of new routes - we found one taking us from Kew Bridge to Chiswick Bridge and back - amazing scenery, especially for people loving sunsets :) Here are a few more:
On our way back to the UK, we spent a night in Berlin and booked a tour within the German Reichstag, including a guided tour through the parliament 'chambers' and of course the dome ... What an amazing experience, neither of us has ever visited the building before so we had a few 'awe's' throughout the evening. I can highly recommend the guided tour, it takes about 90 minutes, costs absolutely nothing and gives you some insight of German history and how the government works.
Last weekend we spent in Germany to celebrate the wedding of two of our friends. Besides the big party we also used the time to explore a bit of our home country ;) We travelled from Berlin to Halle/Saale (about 180km South of the German capital) and were hugely impressed by the city - below are some impressions from our little walk around. There is a dome which and also quite a few cathedrals, all within walking distance. On the weekend, the city also hosted the Haendel Fes