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Decided to do a tour of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Turned up at the meeting point and our guide was an American guy wearing an all blacks Jersey! Turns out his wife was a kiwi and the all blacks were playing in the evening. Took about an hour to get out there via a couple of trains and a bus. When we got there our guide, George, was really informative and explained that the concentration camp had starting in 1933 and ended at the end of the war ...
... day was food! Firstly breakfast as usual was a pain au chocolat which are getting boring and not filling!! Then went to the supermarket to by lunch which even though being a big shop had no sandwiches which meant once again I had a cob by itself for lunch -.- so this mixed with tiredness = not happy Charlie! But I kept it together and enjoyed the day anyway!:) Off tomorrow though, we're heading over to Prague for our next step of the ...
... the end of the war, there was 1 bunker in the British sector, 1 in the French and 1 in the Russian. We went to the French one. There were 4 gun towers located on the corners of the bunker with big guns atop each tower. Each gun was fired by 22 soldiers so on each tower there were 88 soldiers. Inside the bunker was a hospital, sleeping quarters, eating quarters and enough room for 15000 people. At the end of the war as the Russians were entering Berlin, there ...
... go back to another little bar where the barman was setting up earlier and
wasn’t quite ready for us so we decide to “pop in for one” before getting some
dinner. The barman remembers us as soon as we walk in to the bar that is now
open and busy. He introduces himself as Hubert before chatting to us about his
travel recommendations in Poland and how he has learnt such good English.
Before we know it, it is 10:30pm so we decide to head off ...
... than a new one, which could mean being on a waiting list for years. Some enterprising character has bought up lots of the cars, had them mechanically improved, and originally painted, and offers 'Trabi Safari' city tours... that's on my list for my next visit! And, finally, a comment made by the walking tour guide : he said Berliners are 'temporary people' - they tend to cohabit rather than marry, to rent rather than buy... there were ...