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... psychologist, yes that's right, to make simple tasks like crossing the street less depressing in the communist sector of Berlin. Ampelmännchen, or little traffic light man, is now a tourist novelty. It is odd, but definitely noticeable when it changes back and forth with the boring normal stick guy every few blocks. Story 2: Apparently, the Berlin Wall came down after a series of dumb political efforts by East Germans. In an effort to appease ...
... protest with a crowd of people lying down. We not sure what their protest was about except it had something to do with the ground. We later photobombed the back of a reporter. We could have been famous in Germany. On the tube back into the central part some young musicians hopped on the train singing 'when the saints go marching in’. Was very festive and fun.
We had hoped that the central Christmas markets had a ferris wheel that Carli and Anja ...
... finished the descent. And I
bought the tshirt for that one. I earned
Afterwards I walked a couple of blocks to Christiania, or
Freetown Christiania as those who live there call it. In 1971 a group of people “squatted” or
occupied an abandoned military base on the island. This is legal in Europe to squat in a
building that has been abandoned. In
this case it was a military base. Now it
... for a shopping centre. We found the Galleria just around the corner from where we were staying and Nicola bought her dirndl for Oktoberfest. There were so many to choose from, 50 odd different colour combos but I was glad I had bought mine earlier as the average price here was 150€!!
I had an afternoon nap then got myself ready for the pub crawl that night. I met Tracey and Nicola plus about 10 other Busabouters in the lobby at 8pm and went with the guide to ...
... kids bought him a pair also. Michele said she had gone through the "birk" stage and didn't want a pair! Tonight we are tired and feet are sore. We are keeping our feet up right now. Tomorrow we head to Poznan, Poland. Poznan is supposed to be a tourist town. It will be interesting to see it. Hopefully someone will speak English ...