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... a ticket they vie to tell the true story of the Cold War and the fall of the wall that ran through this junction, winding through nearby streets and for a total of 155km.
You can see cars that were modified to conceal escapees, so tiny. There are hot-air balloons, hang-gliders, chairlifts, loudspeakers and even a submarine that some of the 5,000 or so escapees used.
You can even see Ronald Reagan's hat, riding boots and chainsaw in the exhibition about the life of ...
... Island n the Pergamon museum. When we got
there the line was 1.5 hours n no way we were waiting there in the rain. The surrounding buildings were pretty so that was some consolation
-off to try n find some squares in the rain. Sort of found one n decided it was time to fuel at our Indian restaurant. I had set a waypoint in the GPS the previous night so off we went to get warm n full. The meal did not disappoint n Laura threatened to stay there ...
... the buildings in the background. They are representative of virtually all those in Berlin, Warsaw and most cities throughout northern Germany and the German Axis countries. The cities were leveled; what sprang up in place of the historic old buildings that once stood there were square, block structures, not a hint of architectural charm or character to them.
After the wall went up, 136 people were killed attempting to get out of East Berlin. It was 24 miles ...
... even Dad had a bounce on the trampoline and climbed the spider web.
After that we walked back to the road and then caught the 100 bus to Alexanderplatz. We went into Primark and bought some socks and then caught the U-Bahn back home. Luci and Ari were going out for dinner so we looked after Pearl. We had eggs for dinner, James & The Giant Peach for a story and then went to bed ...
... a family that took us in for more than a week and made us feel completely at home in New Zealand. We have stayed in touch since then and their oldest son, Grant, lives with his girlfriend Julia in Hamburg, which is a few hours from Berlin. We spent the day with Grant and Julia Sunday in Berlin and had an amazing time catching up. The day started with a free walking tour of "alternative Berlin". This ended up being one of our favourite things we did here. ...