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... Brandenburg Gates...Then we crossed to the Western side of Berlin and you could see the distinct difference.. Amazing really, to hear the story of the wall and how decided the city was, very hard to imagine living under those conditions with parts of family on one side separated by the wall.. We then went to Checkpoint Charlie which was in part of the No mans land or the Neutral zone, controlled by the Americans, that was really ...
... br> We found a gap in the fencing that surrounded the forecourts and kept walking around until we spotted the shop. We tried the door but it was locked even though there appeared to be people inside. We walked back a little and asked one of the security people about when/if the shop would be opening to be told that it was already open. There was another door right next to the one we had been trying !! Lots of stuff here in Poznan blue and white and Stu gets ...
... The Dubliner that I had e-mailed from home about the game but they had assured us they wouldn't be showing it. We thought it was worth a visit on the off chance to we walked up to Sweaty Martin road and took a tram in that direction. There is nothing vaguely Irish about the décor and apart from the fact that they serve Guinness nothing at all to justify the name - not even any diddly, diddly, music. It certainly looks like we will have to forget the game ...
... find a street market selling mainly fruit and vegetables. Everything looks pretty good and for some reason I am surprised to see blackberries for sale here. Walking on we end up at the Franciscan Church so we start our trip with a bit of religion and culture ... I am sure this wont last !! Church is garishly over decorated for my tastes and our visit is brief to say the least.
We continue to the old town square, which is really the new town square, being ...
... sound but this is Tuesday night Poznan-about 25 only. This felt super small in the massive space. The gig involved four acts, DG ambient set to star by one of the organisers Carolina, then local act-a political punk rock duo (vocal and bass) from-Siksa. Amazing vocal and energetic performance from lead singer. I was enamoured. Though told by our host for the night, later, it was a ...