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Gert was taken away to the hospital 30 km at the town of
Bad Hersfeld while I cleared the paperwork with the police, meanwhile about ten
people from the fire brigade cleaned up the mess on the road.
I am still not sure what happened exactly other than that
Gert had lost control over his bike and slid down the road on side of the bike.
He had not hit the car. After al was done I rang the Dutch automobile club who
said that ...
... were trying to bring up the numbers. I thought this was ridiculous and the fact that I hadn't paid a cent made me feel relieved. Finally the group began to move to the first bar. Sarah and I carefully strolled along behind them so the guides wouldn't notice us cottoning onto the group. We arrived at the bar which had booming music and no tables to sit at, we looked at each other and instantly knew this wasn't our kind of place. So we decided to leave the group and find ...
... walked to the German History Museum. We met Chris and his friend Claudio there and arranged to meet them for dinner tonight. After spending an interesting couple of hours in the Museum we returned to Fredrickstrasse for late lunch in a cafe and then caught a 12 tram to Hackescher Markt where we will go for dinner tonight. Then we returned to the hotel for a rest. We will go back about 7 for dinner. A very nice dinner ended our first full day in Berlin. ...
... know much about East / West and the times of the Cold War, let alone how the DDR/GDR came about.
We then walked on to Alexanderplatz taking in the TV Tower. We decided not to go up it, but instead had a quick wander around Alexanderplatz before taking the U-Bahn further east to take a look at the architecture of around Karl Marx Alle. This is a huge wide boulevard lined with model 1950 and 1960s communist ...
... hit! I said goodbye to my tour mates and sat in a Starbucks to let the storm pass. The tour was really good. It packed a ton of information and sights in 5 "short" hours and it was great not having to walk everywhere! I will admit, I wish I could see a different side to how terrible the Holocaust was. Then again, the guides don't know I have taken 13759261 WW2 tours and have seen 1,000,000 WW2 sites this trip! I ran back to the hostel without ...