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... was responsible for this spectacle, the lack of English made any sensible explanation futile. Besides there was a line waiting their turn for a picture at Checkpoint Charlie.
With this soldier hovering over the checkpoint and the American flags used as props, the U.S. and German governments must have sanctioned this in some fashion. All in all, though, I wish I had just lived with my memories and avoided this side show.If you've gotten this far, we'll look at Auschwitz and Terezin ...
... thirty came too soon so we unlocked the bikes and waited downstairs for our guests. Right on cue they came gliding up the Mulakstrasse with friendly waves. Almost surreal to be catching up like this. First in Melbourne, then in Amsterdam and now in Berlin. And in January 2015, in Melbourne again. Cindy and Erik wanted to see the East Side Gallery, which is actually a kilometre long part of the original Berlin ...
... we felt was clever but didn’t function anywhere nearly as well as the one in Melbourne.
To get home we decided to try to catch the bus at Check point Charlie but we missed it as it stopped about 200m short. So we had to walk back about 4km, much to our annoyance. Again luck was with us, as we found a pub cafe on the way & both ordered 'Grilled pig’s leg, bread & mustard’ & a beer, although we weren’t ...
... Leipzig. Obviously the church has many visitors so the printed order of service was in German and English although the service was conducted in German. Even though I took theological German over 30 years ago at Harvard the sermon was too complex for me to follow completely. As noted this was now the main church of Leipzig with a strong university congregation so the minister would be expected to be well educated and erudite. The boys choir sang and the ...
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My Russian lesson was in a Turkish bar just up the road. Quite a friendly owner. He had one of those electronic darts machines with the ****** plastic tips. I gave him a game then we played triples with another bloke with the loser paying for a round. I started off aiming for the triples on the left side but some of them didn't register so I changed to triple twenty... first dart - triple twenty! I didn't win but I did ...