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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... Olympic champion discus thrower, who describes this stadium as an extension of his living room was under a lot of pressure. However, he is obviously good under pressure but after losing the lead to another German with 66.00m he responded with a huge 69.02m to the delight of the crowd. David Storhl the German twice world champion in the shot put won but in a distance ...
... continued walking and ended going back to the Brandenburg Gate where we walked through the street till we came to the Checkpoint Charlie. My thighs were starting to chafe so I just applied pawpaw ointment. Thank goodness I did or else I would ruined my thighs even more. By this time, it was almost 6pm and despite me not feeling exhausted, I looked exhausted. Rita decided we´ll go home. She also mentioned to Nadzha that she always tried to get ...
... 1945. Berlin - Friday June 28th, 2013
Sachhausen was our destination today (and my first visit to a former concentration camp). The camp occupies a large area in the former part of East Berlin, just outside of suburb of the city. It has been maintained as a memorial and a museum to the nearly 200,000 who are said (the numbers are not exact due to difficulty in identifying many of the undocumented people murdered here) to have ...
... on & we always seem to run into that. We went to a beautiful church close to the courthouse. We went back on the subway and walked through a huge park. The park was amazing, it is so green and so big! There are bike trails, hiking trails, and meadows. We ate lunch in a meadow and kept walking through the woods. Some of us climbed the Victoria Statue for 2.50 euro. There was a lower level that wasnt too high, but after climbing 800 stairs you could go to ...
... not unrealistic and they are normally gregarious birds. It would have been nice to have had a closer look, though.
Also intriguing and a long way away was a large bird of prey. I watched it flying with ponderous wing-beats and my instant impression was that I was looking at an eagle. The two birds rose out of the trees to harass it and I realised that they were both buzzards which have a distinctive and familiar silhouette, even at a distance. They were much smaller than ...
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