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... time ago. Immediately after getting out of the Army in 1973 I left for Europe where I spent 13 months in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
I met an Australian at the American Express office in London in June of that year, the place for all travel hookups for securing travel mates and other assignations in that day. He had just driven his VW van from Madras, India to London. To refresh your geography that’s through ...
... walking tour of Berlin. I think that Berlin is a difficult city to have a walking tour of as it's very very large, and unlike most of the other cities I have visited so far it doesn't have an old town with most of the big sites arranged around it, it's very spread out and there are things to see all over the city. We did see the Brandenburg gate, one of the few things in Berlin to survive the war, the Jewish holocaust memorial - a bizarre, large patch of land covered in rectangular ...
... was closed but the other turned out to be a museum on German democracy. Here we sat down & were accosted by a lady who told us the building’s history & presented us with a 400 page book on the topic, much to our embarrassment. Off again on the bus we hopped off at the protestant cathedral & walked across the river to have a drink only to find that we were near the DDR Museum.
This was another find as, although it is not ...
We all left together in the morning as everyone wanted to go to Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie. But after this Ben and and will leave us as they wanted to head to other places. Both Baz and I are still getting the hang of Google maps - oh well that's the fun of learning - if mistakes happen it is no big deal anyway as. We will find our way back home. Checkpoint Charlie was quite touristy and had quite a crowd there. The first real crowds we had seen really. This area ...
... into a chocolate shop! They had a giant Brandenburg Tor, Santa, A380 and other items made out of chocolate... I was in heaven. They even had a chocolate volcano spewing chocolate lava! But for the hefty price tags on the different boxes of chocolates (some at €63 for a box), we settled on a sampler box of their chosen finest truffles. We just meandered our way around Berlin back streets to see the different building styles and take in other parts of the city ...