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... which produced marginal photographs and that’s being generous to the quality of an Instamatic photograph, and sadly, I have none of those photographs with me to share with you for a compare and contrast exercise.
With that, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie today:(captions)
Astride the old Wall site sits a museum to the SS and the "terrors" Hitler's killer soldier squadrons perpetrated during his 13-year reign. In these first photographs ...
... we found one, but once we did we were off exploring! We went and saw the central train station and then we decided we would go on a boat ride down the river spree, which runs down the middle of Berlin. It started off great until the black clouds came out of no where and we got drenched, but then within half an hour the sky had cleared again and the boat ride was more pleasant, being able to take pictures & have a more enjoyable time in the sun. It was an hour long boat trip ...
... It was very icy in some parts but the council had covered it all in stones and sand to make it a little less slippery. It was soooooo cold!!! After a nice little chat to marc we made our way home to friedrichsfelde via the supermarket. We collected a few bits and pieces and took the elevator up to our little apartment. It was nice to be home and even nicer to see snow everywhere, including on our balcony! Although we were a little silly before we left ...
... rather cool, but the procedure is you rug up with jacket, hat, scarf and gloves and away you go. Being indoors is always cosy and warm but the outside air when you are walking is cold with a quite a bite to it. we arrived back home - Kaya left not too long after. We just had a quiet evening going to bed soon after. Tomorrow is my birthday and our last day in Berlin. I am going to be really sad to,leave this place. There is still so much to see and really don't feel ready to leave ...
... the same! I got to first go to Daniel's hometown and stay the night there, in his beautiful and modern, stylish home. When we woke up, his parents had set the table for a "typical German breakfast," which they usually only do on weekends, but since I was there they woke up early to do before school. Such nice people!! We then went to Daniel's school and I got to go to two of his classes! His first class was German (as we would have an English ...