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... did not last for long and just
before Bremen it was at a total stand once again.
I had now ridden over 354 miles and as i was on the outskirts of Bremen I
simply thought I would call it a day. I really could not be bothered sitting in
anymore traffic again.
Into the satnav and its time to find somewhere to stay. Its only 14h30 so
should not be a problem.
The closest place was a motel but after looking at it I did not really like
... say I was terribly impressed by the Sony Centre but we were getting very hungry by then so stopped in at Lindenbrau, a pub like restaurant, where we had the biggest burgers I have ever eaten. I could only manage half of mine and I was starving!
After lunch we headed to the Topography of Terror where we spent a couple of hours in the Documentation Centre reading the horrors of this part of Berlin in the years before and during the second ...
... were lounging about in their enclosure suggested that, if they could talk, their conversation would go along the lines of; "Look at those unfortunate humans- They have to pay to visit us, stand there, and then pay to use the zoo toilet when they need a **** whilst we lounge about 24/7."
Watching the Orang-Utan climbing across its cage was a sight I won't forget. It was so shaggy it was like a ...
... day of riding. I had a major mechanical problem today, too. I heard a noise and it took me maybe 15 seconds to realize that my right front pannier was dragging along the ground. I took it off thinking it had just come loose, and found that my Salsa Lowrider rack had broken. I think it's a design flaw as the attachment hole is too close to the edge of the plate it ...
... under his own rules he probably would have ended up in a concentration camp.
8. Propoganda Ministry
This is where we learned about Joseph Goebbel, the head of Hitler's propaganda ministry. He was largely responsible for convincing the German people to support the Nazis. He was the person who ordered all the book burnings and controlled all the German media, arts, and information. He was apparently credited with saying that it doesn't matter that propoganda ...