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... his papers, drivers licence etc in preparation for when the police would
The police were very helpful and sympathetic. When they
interviewed the driver I heard the famous international slogan “I didn’t see him!”
to which I added. Because he probably didn’t look.
The police said that that was probably right but it didn’t
matter as the driver had failed to stop at the stop sign and was ...
... tag along to the first bar and decide from there what we would do. The guides on the crawl kept the group waiting for what must have been at least an hour in a court outside, keeping note that it wasn't particularly warm in Berlin so it wasn't the best environment to be out in. We were trying to figure out what the issue was until I spotted one of the guides holding up flyers while groups of young tourists walked past. They obviously didn't have the numbers they ...
... and a hint of snow in the air, After a forgettable nights sleep we awoke to find everything covered in about 6 inches of snow as the photos will show. we left and went out to a nearby cafe for breakfast then returned to the hotel after buying our transport passes for the next 4 days. A 7 day pass costs 28.80 but at 2.60 a ride it only takes 11 rides to break even. We will have 8 on day 2 so will easily surpass the minimum. We caught the U into ...
Left hotel at 1015 and walked to train station for an hour ride into Munich. There was 15 in our group and tickets included tables booked, entry fee, 2 x steins of beer and 1/2 chook. Being a Tuesday it wasn't over crowded but still a colossal amount of people there. After having such a great time, we left Munich about 1800 for the train ride back to Schliersee. Craig n I got lost but our tour guide, Dimitri found us at the train ...
... of the city. We then walked past the Humboldt University and on to the large and striking Berliner Dom (grand royal church). Walking in the heat was zapping our energy levels fast, so we decided to eat at the restaurant outside the DDR Museum. A hearty lunch in the sun watching the river tour boats come and go then on into the Museum which documents life in East Germany. It was packed with lots of German students who apparently ...