Lars G. Yes, that's the one with the Spitfire . I've seen all of them. A brilliant programme . I also like the "Great Train race", where James is competing against the Germans, I've just finished watching it
12. May 2013 at 11:18:58
Steve Wilson I liked that one as well, 1966 all over again.
Don't start talking football though I hate it
12. May 2013 at 14:20:36
Lars G. I hate football aswell . I love music, cars, modellmaking....and girls . And I love Britain, since I was there three years ago. A wonderful country
12. May 2013 at 14:25:15
Steve Wilson Lars.
I love music, cars, modellmaking... due to my wife, I'll hold still there . And I love Germany. Since my wife is half German, mothers side, we have family there. A wonderful country Berlin is my favourite European City outside Italy... Believe it or not, it's true!!!
12. May 2013 at 14:40:47
Lars G. I haven't been in Berlin yet, so I can't say something about Berlin :-D. I live in the north of Hamburg. I have been in London and Bournemouth, Dorset, yet. That was great. And....most of the time....it wasn't raining . I've also planned an "England-Diorama" for what I've planned to build an house, a garage and some cars. I already have some kits of cars from England (Land Rover, Lotus, Mini, London Taxis and a Routemaster, of course)
12. May 2013 at 17:48:30
Steve Wilson Hi Lars.
Living in the suburbs of London, I understand why visiters admire it and its picturesqueness, but I also know its problems. Its infrastructure was not designed for modern traffic and road users, where as Berlin's design is very well thought out, wide roads with wide pavements, no sharp blind corners on main thoroughfares, excellent visibility for all road users... If only it had London Busses, Black Cabs (Taxi's), Harrods, Fortnum & Masons. But it does have Ka De We, Wertheim and loads of other great things... One other thing I loved about Berlin was Cafe Kranzler, not the same now as it once was but it is still there, but now on the roof of the store that bought it...
12. May 2013 at 18:30:26
Lars G. Hey Steve,
yes, that's right. When you're not living there, you can't see the problems. I remember that 'our' coach driver knocked down a road sign with the mirror. I remember getting lost (on foot) in London. We were at Buckingham Palace and wanted to go to the London Eye. We got totally lost :-D. That is funny, normally I have a good sense of direction (the opposite of James, it seems :-D ), but I was defeated by London. But I'm a country boy anyway, I love the quietness and the good air . I live about 10 kilometres east of the Northsea, here is quite good air. But the bad thing about living here is (well, for me it is great) that you have to own a car. Only with a car you can reach the shops and so on. But I can live with that . I would like to visit the British countryside, it has such a nice landscape .
12. May 2013 at 18:49:26
Stefan Suessemilch @Steve... Berlin wasn't that funny as a lorry-driver... espaecially after the wall came down. Holy cr... what a lot of bridges that weren't high enough....
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