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... It's somewhat comforting to find familiarities from home all around the world. We took part in the service, had a nice meal, and met a couple of people before heading out.
Something we knew we wanted to do in Berlin was visit a concentration camp and one of the first built was Sachsenhausen which is about an hour away by train. It's hard to describe how the experience was, but we'll do our best. Sachsenhausen, an all male camp, was known not as a death camp, but a work ...
... met mike (guy we hung out with in krakow) at his friends hostel for a couple of beers and a good old chat! Thursday 15th - this morning we went on a walking tour about the Cold War. Our guide was Barnaby from the uk, he was probably the best guide we have had yet! The tour went for 4hrs going all over the city, on and off trains/trams and walking around. We visited former crossing points, learnt about the palace of tears, the admiralspalast, east Germany's first seat of power, ...
... is the same street that Checkpoint Charlie is on. We then are going to depend on a train to get us into Prague. We have previously purchased IC Zug (InterCity Train) tickets at the Bahnhof and the tickets we purchased are 1st Class tickets for the 4 and a half hour trip into the Czech Republic.
We started the morning off getting up a little earlier than normal, cleaned up and took to the streets to find breakfast, after posting some postcards. ...
... 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 ...
... wandered to Potsdamer Plaza to find a restaurant for dinner. We checked out the Sony Centre and it looked like there was a film premier with a roped off red carport and lots of fans. It is always a problem to know what is going on when you don't speak the language! We sat outside a a cafe Mom's Favourite. I had the local dish - currie wurst (sausages with a curry and tomato sauce) - very ...