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... border. For that reason, I left my camera on the bus. We left our bus and walked towards the town square, where we saw a number of police arriving and putting on riot gear.
Turns out there was a neo-nazi group, who had set up a table and banners for a small rally, with what looked like a half a dozen members. This, apparently, did not sit well with the locals, who were confronting them as the ...
... a bit of a tour from him parts of the large city and he shared a great place to get some coffee and cake! We walked through a brand new mall that has windows and a rooftop with cafes facing the Berlin Zoo. It was nice to watch the monkeys jump around and play.
Last night, we put on our team Germany shirts and headed across the street from home where there is a courtyard with bars and big screens set up to watch the German football ...
... about them and unfortunately didn't leave them with us haha. We are not exactly sure what to do with it all. We are thinking of donating some of the GDR stuff to the museum and maybe some of the magazines too. They might/ might not want them. As for the clothes, we were thinking of donating them to the refugee camp set up in kreuzberg or to one of the charities in Berlin, maybe the kältebus... We will see.. At least we have already donated a few glasses ...
... on advice, we went traditional and had curry wurst and beer for dinner. Ed was not impressed, but as hunger was the only alternative ate it. After that we headed back to our hotel. After a short discussion with hotel management about how I know the different between an under blanket and an actual bottom sheet, and no there is no bottom sheet on the bunk, we settled in for the night. The good thing about having Bloomberg as your only real tv option, sleep comes ...
... Wall - ending the divide.
The Former SS Headquarters
Very tourisy place now. In the past, it was the main area that US and soviet troops will clash about who can go through.
The 1920s Cabaret Mile
Done in 1930s it was actually reconstruction of Turkish, Babylon and some Islamic culture!! My first thought was hey spore can do that too - go dig some Cambodia history ...