Scube Park Columbia Berlin
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... kingdoms of Germany were formally unified. Throughout the years, the Reichstag has remained standing, although it has endured the National Socialist era, extensive damage during World War II, and detachment from half of its citizens during the Cold War. When East and West Germany formally reunited in 1990, the Reichstag stood tall in the backdrop, representing an irrepressible German nation, capable with overcoming a difficult heritage. Although ...
... it interesting that the place where hitler died is now a dungy parking space. John had the task of getting himself down to checkpoint Charlie to meet me at 12 when the tour was supposed to finish. I was not so secretly worried about this, but as we walked into checkpoint Charlie, we heard someone yell out from one of the local kebab stands and to my surprise it was john, looking ...
... and the browned butter over the top didn't help it go down either.
On the way home I went near a park and came across these two blokes.
They were superb. I don't even think they were busking. It sounded like they were just working out a few songs for later.
The park itself was quite a surprise.
Quite a ...
... got around the wall. A couple of my favorites were a pole vaulting champion who cleared the wall on the first day and then went on to compete in the Olympics for West Germany. While my favorite was a bloke who got separated from his girlfriend so he found a chick who was identical to his girlfriend. After getting close with her he took her across the wall with all the correct documents on a romantic outing, only to kick her out on the side of the street, pick up his real girlfriend ...
... It looked like a stock exchange and every five minutes or so the beer prices would change, making the restaurant feel like a stock exchange of beer. That was interesting. I had a large sausage, mashed potatoes and red cabbage. It was very good. However, what I had for lunch was the best food I have had so far, a kabop. It is a Turkish sandwich, a German version of the ...