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Started the day with tour at 10. Saw all the notable sites with our excellent guide, Bryan, who directs opera in Canada, US, and other parts of the world.
Spends summers as tour guide in Berlin. Photos tell the story of what we saw.
Our 3 hour tour extended to 7 hours with a final stop at an alley pub. As we were leaving, Barbara jumped up and exclaimed, "Where is my backpack?" ...
... and it took even longer as Frau took us in the opposite direction! Unfortunately, I did not buy anything here as it was sooooo expensive(e.g. Simple shirt for 100 euro). We all had lunch, I had 4 macdonalds nuggets and a spring roll that Sarah did not want! Meanwhile Frau tried to reschedule our organised Berlin Walking tour, but our guide was fully booked for the rest if the week! So we continued on to meet him to start our 2 hour ...
... shared some fries which were baked potatoes in lots of herbs and spices. This was a good find. Wish now that I could remember the name of it. Across the road was a bio market too which was a find and a half. Lots of vegan things and even vegan chocolate made from rice milk! YUMMMMMM. We sampled a few things and made our way along the bike way back to the school. It's a great area, kreuzberg. Lots of bars, cafés, old book shops, yoga centres and a great big park ...
... is primarily second hand flea market. We went instead to the park itself. The space is huge so not crowded as such but there were probably several thousands of people at the park. Some looked like the were having a backyard BBQ, a few were selling their wears and majority were just hanging out. As I mentioned there is karaoke which had a crowd of possibly a thousand people. In front of that was a half court basketball game. Generally ...
... attempting to read as much as possible though. Weather is heaps cooler thank goodness. - much more pleasant to get around in.
We have had a couple of sobering days. Yesterday checked out the Berlin Wall and checkpoint Charlie. What a total waste of human life war is. Today we went to sachenhausen a political prisoner of war camp about 40mins outside of berlin. Very hard to believe the people can treat other ...