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... while and had a ice coffee before heading back to Rickies unit and booked another hire car and made our way to The Berlin Wall memorial. We spend some time walking along the section of wall that had seperated Bernauer street. We visited the vistors center then made our way along the wall with sites where tunnels had been built as well as one section with no mans land. I was rather keen ...
... an eery, sick tummy feeling. Before hoping on the barge we pass the East Side Gallery which are commissioned paints on a remaining section of the Berlin Wall. Unfortunately some are covered in graffiti but generally it's well keep. We finish our day with Lisa cooking us a home style meal of pork chops, mashed potatoes, carrots and beans. It was great to sit down with them to relax over dinner, just like we might do at ...
... tour group so I had someone to chat to through out the tour.
Our tour guide was German called Inken. We started at the Brandenburg gate, she introduced some of the history of the area and showing where the Berlin Wall once stood. We then headed out the front of the gate to see some cobble stones on the road. These are a link to the past and show where the Berlin wall once stood. They can be found indifferent places around the city. At times you can see where it splits ...
... out soon enough' There were a lot of people including many kids running into the stadium. We had no idea what was going on. We entered the ice rink and found our seats up in the stadium looking down. We were just in time. A band began to play and out came lots of little kids on ice skates dancing, doing tricks and looking beautiful! Awwww it was so cute! It was the Berlin Ice Skating clubs 20th anniversary and to mark the occasion, they held a show with ...
... be me. If they named a disease after me perhaps this is what it would be called.
Ordinary street with an ordinary looking tower in the back. The ordinary looking tower is the Berlin TV tower. There's a restaurant at the top but in general I find these buildings quite ugly and I prefer to stay away.
When I finally got back to my flat I discovered that I had a message about an impending Esperanto dinner. I was pretty keen to attend ...