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... in a soft cowhide folder.
I continued walking past St Hedwig's - Berlin's Catholic cathedral - into Bebelplatz which is dominated by the imposing brown building that holds Humboldt University's law faculty. On the other side of the square is Unter den Linden. Now there's a name to conjure with. Unfortunately not as scenic as it normally would be due to the subway construction currently underway in the middle of the boulevard.
Stopped for dinner at ...
... was less than impressed about the shopping expedition - girly clothes are not really his thing. He was patient for the first couple of shops - but he wasn't very happy by the end. And who could blame him? e kept saying we were going, only to see another shop next door that we had to go in and browse... and it was his birthday day. Aahhh well. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
Tired but triumphant, we made our way to meet the last bus of the ...
... bus that could tell us what the
sites were in ‘English’ and straight away they said Hitler was an Austrian and not
a German, obviously the Crouts want to disown him. Many sites were seen the bus ride which took
approximately 3 hours to go around. We then
decided to go around again and get off the sites that interested us. Quite an exhausting day, we had our rolls and
had lunch on board the bus. ...
... who charged for their photos! We then went to look at a long segment of The Wall, complete with gaps through to the other side and heart wrenching "graffiti". Then into the Topographie Des Terrors. This is a new exhibition, built on the waste ground where once stood the Gestapo headquarters, SS central command and the Reich Security Main Office. All most hated places. The exhibition documents the brutal ...
... just birds. I then heard a faint rustling of leaves and peeped into the bush to see a little bush mouse. It was very cute but still not a squirrel. Giving up, I went back to the docks, bought a strawberry callipo and waited for the ferry since it was getting late. I got back to the hostel, cooked dinner and went into the dining room to eat it but yet again it was a fight for the three big tables. Quite a few groups of people were preparing feasts and therefore covering the ...