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... next day saw a few wounded warriors and it was a reduced group heading into town to take on the walking tour, the tour itself started from Brandenburg Gate which normally would have been great but with it being the anniversary there was a lot of temporary construction obscuring the view it also meant the tour was huge and had to be split into 6 different groups. Our guide was a Scottish expat who did a good job showing us around the sights of Berlin and given us ...
... been something about showing a deuchcard for ID. Well I don't have that and I do vaguely remember something about that when I booked the ticket online but didn't give it much thought. The lady wasn't impressed and couldn't speak English well and my German is non existent so she threw up her hands and walked away. It was a shame I was going to use the German I had learnt in year 7 about traveling in Germany on her. I guess that wouldn't have gone too ...
... We then went on a relaxing boat ride up the Spree River which helped us see many of the sites in Berlin. We then ate for the first time in an European restaurant. Schnitzel for me. Like a chicken fried steak I guess. No ice in the water and no AC in the building. Stumbled back to our hotel by 8 and asleep by 9:30 and slept 11 hours. Feel good now to start our next full day inn Berlin. Sandy - I did ...
... of Others" recreates the prison routine with great authenticity, and sheds light upon the nature of Stasi operations. With 90 000 operatives, and over 100 000 informers, the Stasi really were everywhere, creating an atmosphere of suspicion, uncertainty, trepidation and mistrust.
Our mood of mild dread was lifted when we met a wonderfully over-enthusiastic fellow at a petrol station on the way back to Alona's, and even though he spoke no English, we had a laugh and a joke. He ...
First day of Busabout.. How exciting. Can't believe a month of our travels is already over. Oh how time is flying by. Today was a rather long bus ride. We left in the morning at 8am and arrived in Berlin at around 6pm. We had 3 stops along the way. The only interesting stop was Checkpoint Alpha in Germany that has now been turned into an open air museum. Our group on the bus turned out to be a party group so somehow I was convinced to ...