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... das Dictator'. Hmmm. Traffic is stopped, there are police cars everywhere. There are police in riot gear. There are sirens wailing and people chanting. Finally the traffic begins to flow again and we start to move towards the parliament buildings (and there do seem to be alot of these in this city). Just near the large glass domed building (whose name escapes me ATM), the traffic was again stopped, and diverted. The bloody protesters are walking towards this ...
If you don’t take the umbrella, sure enough it will rain….but if you are prepared…. And I was pretty lucky today - although it was overcast for most of the day, the little rain that did happen occurred when I was on the train - perfect! Still glad I left the hotel with my umbrella!!
I headed out today to Alexderplatz to check out the area and to go to the Berlin TV Tower. Building of this Tower began in 1964 after much debate of its location. The site ...
... resided through the war and all the walls were 4m thick, it's also where he married his mistress and committed suicide. The bunker itself has been removed and replaced by flats and car parking. The remaining part of the Berlin Wall and the foundations of the SS building were next and we finished at Checkpoint Charlie. Our guide told us some funny stories of people's miraculous and sneaky escape ...
This morning we sailed into Warnemuende, Germany past a really cool lighthouse. Looks like another day of rain. We're on a private tour into Berlin today. I knew I would enjoy Berlin, because I wanted to see all the World War Two sites. However, it turned into probably the best tour we've ever taken. We were off the ship at 7:00 AM to find our bus. Once on the bus we find the children can't follow directions. About a half dozen people are on the wrong bus. The poor man in ...
... land' zone to the Eastern checkpoint. Once there, you had to remain in your vehicle at all times and no communication was allowed between those in the car and the armed guards. They then checked the car and occupants before clearing to go through - a tense 10 mins waiting whilst surrounded by armed East military and towers manned with snipers.
Once I dropped off my passengers - I had 3 hours ...