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... of those backpacks. Late one day it looked like a storm was buildings and we did get some rain but mostly we got a dramatic temperature drop. it was 6C in the morning and rose to about 16C by the middle the day. More rain came over and for most of the next week it continued in a similar vein. a couple of these days were very wet while the rest just showery. One or two days it didn’t get above 10C, that was in the Czeck Republic where we spent a few ...
... the names of missing Jews and a bit about them is being read. It was a very well done information centre.Next on my days walk was a wander through the Tier Garden. I took a lunch stop here in the lovely gardens and relaxed for a bit. I then continued my walk through the gardens to the Victory Statue. I then wandered back up the other side of the gardens to the Reichstag. Here I had a tour of the inside of the Reichstag, a very modern building, and also learnt (and ...
... although it left us wishing we had more time in the capital. We were lucky to
make it as we got lost on the way there and turned up right on 11am. Once we
picked our bikes we were off. Amy struggled as she hadn't ridden a bike in a
long time and had pretty much self-taught her how to do it. The group was only
around 13 people, most from Australia (with two from London, one from Austria
and one American). Our tour guide Patrick was from ...
... garden in the middle of some museums, but back in the day it used to be a common location for Nazi rallies. Our guide came in tow with pic from those days to juxtapose with how we were seeing it. I saved both to the pics of today for y'all. It's really cool. Here are the factoids that were the most interesting to me: -1933 20,000 books were burned based on if they upheld the nazi beliefs. -University of Berlin graduated the Grimm brother, Carl Marx, and Albert ...
... Charlie, so we headed off into the city of Berlin, to of course get some food. We stopped at a local pub and tasted the famous Currywurst ! Which we both thought was pretty tasty! (Sausages covered with tomato sauce and curry - delicious haha) but of course the rain came back and it started to pour down (we didn't bring our umbrella today) so we dodged the rain by hopping into the shops while making our way to Museum Island. Of course to kill some time, we did a spot of shopping for ...