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Started the day with tour at 10. Saw all the notable sites with our excellent guide, Bryan, who directs opera in Canada, US, and other parts of the world.
Spends summers as tour guide in Berlin. Photos tell the story of what we saw.
Our 3 hour tour extended to 7 hours with a final stop at an alley pub. As we were leaving, Barbara jumped up and exclaimed, "Where is my backpack?" ...
... boarding passes yet!!!! They didn't understand anything! After a lengthy process we reached the area where we could sit down, relax and have some lunch- I had a salad with a quiche. We then went down to our departure gate and caught a coach to our air France aeroplane. I ended up sitting next to Nikayla and Paige on this flight. This had to be one of the lowest points on the trip, as we experienced quite a lot of turbulence- constantly going up and then dropping down! I felt ...
... in for our host. She doesn't speak a word of English. In Portuguese and with a flurry of hand gestures, she shows us the lovely flat, explains how the appliances work and gives us directions to the supermercado. We nod and smile, half believing we can understand. We throw open the large windows and the sounds of the Alfama compete for our attention: church bells, rattling streetcars, birdsong, shrieking neighbourhood kids, barking Pekingese, hammers and chisels, bantering corner boys and ...
... from the USA won four gold medals as he was an afro-american. The stadium is now used for rock and pop concerts and also as the home ground for a major berlin soccer club.after extensive refurbishments conducted in 2006, the stadium now seats 70,000 spectators. There was some talk that they were going to demolish it, however as Berlin was awarded the 2006 FIFA football World Cup, the German government spent 350 million euros (600 million dollars) upgrading it. We did a tour of ...
... there were too many prisoners. Basically prisoners were expected to work and contribute and those who refused were killed. The zone 2 showed how even after the war was lost. Soviets took over Berlin and kept their own prisoners there - mostly Russians. Many died during that time too.
Talking about the soviets - they found Hilter's unburnt body and kept quiet about it so that they can retain control of Berlin. Wasn't until 1970s that they admitted that he was ...