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... the wall was built.
Checkpoint Charlie is not named after anyone, but is the third entrance into
East Germany, following Alpha and Bravo.
We then saw a bit of the wall, which ironically now has a fence around it to
protect it from graffiti and further destruction. We then went to the Jewish
memorial, which is a bit like a maze that changes levels. We saw Hitler’s
bunker where he committed suicide (now a carpark) and, if he had a ...
Now we're in Berlin. I love big cities...however, I have a slight stomach issue that makes it difficult to walk around too much, so today we took a bus tour.
AND...no camera (AND i found out my iphone photos won't load), so the pics are from Bacharach and the Rhine.
Berlin pics, next time.
... Vienna. On our walk over there we happened to be passing the Hotel Sacher. This hotel is known for creating the original Sachertorte, which is an Austrian pastry that is known worldwide. The sachertorte is a type of chocolate cake with a thin layer of apricot jam blended in. It was very good, although it would have been better with a glass of milk! The Opera House was magnificent. Luckily we were walking up the steps right as the last tour was about to happen (at 13:00). A ...
... the space between the two walls in which many people were shot dead in the attempt to cross from East to West. After several weeks of civil unrest, in 1989 the East German government announced that citizens were able to visit West Germany. Citizens crossed and climbed the wall to be welcomed by a celebratory atmosphere in West Germany.Many people were reunited with family that were held captive for many years. Over the next few weeks, a euphoric ...
... new account which stated my address as Australia. My passport sized photos were also the wrong size. Unlike any other visas I have applied for, there was a special size for this passport photo and it could only be taken at this office with their 7 euro machine. There were also 2 additional forms I needed to complete being a foreigner and it was going to cost me 37 euros more than the usually application fee totalling 97 euros. They also only accepted cash. Frustration ...