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... another $500.00 euro on my travel card for toilets, I want to be prepared if I come down with a tummy bug! -Billy James An interesting day of sightseeing. The bus has taken us to the East and West side. We have briefly seen the wall, but will experience more tomorrow. The music museum was warm and interesting. The students sang and heard some Harry Potter and Star Wars being played on the old organ. We are currently in a restaurant next to the Brandenberg Gate for ...
The train ride from Amsterdam to Germany was really cool because we were in first class and there was a bar at the end of the train which Milan kept nagging everyone to go to. We had to swap trains at Hannover and we had a big table on the second train so we played cards. We caught to separate taxis to our hotel the Melia hotel it was really, I slept in mums room the ...
... the war. It was a small factory. It is important to realize that not all Germans supported the Nazis. Some knew that what the Nazis were doing was immoral and they took steps to do what they could to save others, even if it put them at risk personally.
Checkpoint Charlie is hardly noticeable but for the small building that was the U.S. checkpoint. The East German checkpoint plaza was destroyed. I am not sure if the ...
... and light rain but it eased for a bit enough for us to walk to the station. Its funny to think a few days ago it was 37 degrees and today we pulled out our cold weather gear to go out in the 17 degree high, apparently its meant to be summer?
We got the airport bus from the Hauptbahnhof for a mere 2.40 euro each - half an hour trip. Cheapest thing in Austria I think LOL. Had lunch at the airport - a soup and salad for a reasonable ...
Last day today in St Petersburg and the sun is going berserk! The canal opposite the Hermitage is now completely thawed, which seems unbelievable! Dave and Garth walked around in t-shirts, which is a bit different from two days ago when we all nearly froze, and even Garth wanted a Russian fur hat! We took the metro down to Alexander Nevskiy Monastery to look at the cemeteries. They contain the graves of Dostoevsky and Tchaikovsky as well as ...
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