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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... hills as well as a fantastic bus ride up to Daun with a 60 Km bike ride up and down on an old train line from Daun back to Whelen where we were camping. Beautiful changing landscapes – forests, farm fields, little towns and vineyards. The difficulty and steepness of some of the vineyards along the Mosel are a real challenge for the farmers. Strange equipment is needed to do what they have to do to get the job done. Spraying with helicopters. ...
... the famous or infamous hotel where Michael Jackson dangled his baby from the balcony. It often gets more photos than the arch itself!
It was the coldest day so far on our trip even colder than Switzerland and we were all struggling a bit. We had a quick stop to get some hot coffee near the Holocaust Memorial. We then got a chance to wander through the memorial which consists of 2,771 concrete slabs arranged in a grid pattern on a slopping field. The ...
... April of this year while I was in Ivory Coast; she is studying Anthrax, a disease some of you may have heard of before (it’s a particularly acute and unpleasant way to die). Fortunately she didn’t bring any Anthrax with her to the train station, but she also didn’t bring a car, because she didn’t have one. Thus we had to take public transport to her apartment, which involved schlepping my somewhat bulky and heavy suitcase plus backpack ...
Headed north from Prague, a really great place to visit loved it.
Rain started as we were driving, Czech Rep is creating lots of new roads which look great but poor Helga (our GPS) had terrible trouble managing roads that weren't in her system.
Had a wander around Dresden in the rain, even though it was wet and uncomfortable it looked lovely and despite the ...
... br> memorial.
We will not in this forum describe the
horrid stories of suffering and sacrifice that we heard. There are
no words that can describe the experience and emotion that we felt as
we walked in the footsteps of the tens of thousands of prisoners who
lived, worked and ultimately perished there. Though many of the
buildings have been destroyed, several of them still exist with many
remnants that tell the story of the terror ...