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... walking of course, we headed out towards Checkpoint Charlie, one of the old Border crossings. They still have Soldiers there at the point but these days it is purely a money maker. If you want your photo taken in front of it you have to pay them €2.
Ready for a visit to the Museum a short distance away and the girl at the desk told us they had no power so that put a stop to that.
Next was a visit to the 'East Gallery' - a 1.3 kilometre ...
... hills as well as a fantastic bus ride up to Daun with a 60 Km bike ride up and down on an old train line from Daun back to Whelen where we were camping. Beautiful changing landscapes – forests, farm fields, little towns and vineyards. The difficulty and steepness of some of the vineyards along the Mosel are a real challenge for the farmers. Strange equipment is needed to do what they have to do to get the job done. Spraying with helicopters. ...
... a lot of detail surrounding the discrimination and eventual detaining of the Jewish people. There was a lot of photos on display some which were bit graphic. The overall display gave us a very sobering experience and we didn’t even walk all t’he way around it.
After a bit of fresh air we decided we were all getting hungry and headed off to find the metro to get to a Brauhaus which we heard was good. Was bit difficult getting tickets from ...
... at a
local grocery store and a couple of beers and I’m updating the blog and packing
for an early departure in the morning to Berlin. Hopefully I won’t be lost and unable to
contact the person who’s renting my apartment there, but I’m arriving at 8:00
am instead of 9:45pm on a Sunday night.
I’m sure it will be fine.
Thanks for visiting my blog.
I’ll post something new in ...
... a number, anything he could do to dehumanise he Jews he did it. We went forward to a chocolate factory and Greta purchased 3 chocolate bars as a gift to us to try and we got some things too, there was a large chocolate teddy bear, titanic, copy of Berlin gates, plane , cuspids In Chocolate, etc. We mov on to the area near the university where Einstein and many other Nobel prize winners went to school, there is. Debate going on between ...
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