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... do.....First you would be transported by carriage to the beach, there you would go into a box type room, change and that takes about half an hour. Then you would be picked up in your box, once over the water you would open your door, dip your left foot in, shake it then do the same with the right foot. And that was beach time over, then you had to get changed and go back home again; this would take you all day. Personally I don't think that's worth the effort. We walked through the ...
... people killed The Topography of Terror Museum exposed what happened here in Germany, Following on from the Auschwitz experience, The detail, the look on peoples faces, the horror To see the names, to remember the atrocities; A respectful quietness in this place of Remembrance. 40 attempts to assassinate Hitler 'Bring me the traitors' and Valkarie traitors were executed Killing went on from morning to evening, 3000 people were piled ...
We had to return the bikes by 11.30 so we took that opportunity to ride around for a little bit after we checked out of our hostel. We went to the flower markets which was pretty much a bunch if stalls selling tulip bulbs. We got some souvenirs and then headed for the bike shop. Walking around takes so much longer than riding! We walked ...
... Mikhaila opted to be a vegetarian on this particular occasion and had jacket potatoes. We tried our first German beers, we didn't know what we were ordering and they didn't taste very nice but it's all an experience. On the way home we passed the famous Brandenburg gates, they were very tall a pretty, In for an earlyish night tonight ready for a big history day tomorrow. ...
Sunday morning. While most of London slept, three intrepid travellers (us) got up and headed to Heathrow to catch an early flight to Berlin. It was interning driving through London as it started to wake up. The cab driver pointed out the party goers staggering home from night clubs at 7am. Due to some issue near Westminster we got an extended trip through the pricier parts of Chelsea and Kensington. Nice houses, nice cars - no parking and no lawns though. We got ...