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... Demokratische Republik) Museum as we got there just an hour before closing. I wish we had just another half hour as I found it really interesting reading about life behind the Iron Curtain. I’m not sure why but this has always been fascinating to me, what was the vast contrast between East and West and how this type of thing can come about. I remember when Lyndon and I came to Berlin years ago reading about how some families were separated as ...
... with a hose spraying himself and others down, and Jordan N took a nice cool down with that. We made our first real purchases on the trip here. A guy had a stand with all this surreal art on thick poster board, and when we asked a little bit about it he said they were all made by local Berlin artists (his friends) and that he found them to be geniuses. The art was so cool- mostly consisting of collage style cut outs overlayed on a painted scene or picture. We searched ...
... well off as West Berlin, but after a while the communists that were in charge of East Berlin began to be more and more repressive and totalitarian. So, the intellectuals that lived there took it upon themselves to leave East Berlin. This was known as the Brain Drain, and was detrimental to the economy of East Berlin. So, the USSR made it illegal for the citizens of East Berlin to leave, and constructed the Berlin Wall in 1961. It was not until Germany was ...
The next morning we were greeted by grey skies and some drizzles so we opted to do a little self-guided tour of the city and check out a couple of indoor museums. Well it turns out we weren’t the only brilliant people who had this idea so our first stop, the DDR Museum was absolutely packed with people but still proved to be a really interesting experience. The museum is designed to help you see into the lives of those who lived in former East Berlin ...
Today is our last day in Berlin before travelling home. Shaping up to be a packing, rest up for the 26 hours flying, last minute shopping and spending time with Simon. Yesterday Simon and I took a trip to Autostadt Wolfsburg, the headquarters and factory for Volkswagen. A very interesting place and well set up for visitors. Unfortunately the English tour did not start until 2:00pm, the time we had book our train back to Berlin. Wolfsburg is an hour and a half from Berlin by ...