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... east Germany was run by the Soviets. Berlin in particular had a very difficult time since West Berlin was run in a way that provided freedom and opportunities that East Berlin did not receive. After many people moved into West Berlin to ensure a better life for themselves and their families, the Soviets became nervous that everyone would follow suit. They put restrictions into place to try and stop this, but when rules and laws were easily broken, the communist ...
It was an gorgeous day in Berlin and the crowds were out enjoying the day. After taking some pictures in....we decided to answer our tummy cravings for true German Weiner Schnitzel and where better to find it than a street vendor. YUMMY!!!!! (And the best part...only 1.5 Euros.....nice change from Italy).
We then wandered on down the street to the Berlin Cathedral. The cornerstone of ...
... The Museum Collection After the war, the Altes Museum was the first of the group museums on Museum Island to be renovated and it reopened in 1966. Today, it houses the Antikensammlung (Museum of Antiquities) on its main floor. The permanent collection here includes a vast variety of ancient Greek and Roman decorative art including vases and statues. The Altes Museum is now closed for renovations which started in 2009. When it reopens, a corridor will connect it to the other museums on the ...
Yes this is pretty much the highlight of today, a long, deep and satisfying nap in front of the beautiful and spectacular Berliner Dom.
Berliner Dom is Berlins most beautiful cathedral and was built between 1894 and 1905.
Once again, we had another slow morning.. Our initial idea was to go to Potsdam today, waking up bright and early, by this time I mean 7.30 - but we just couldn't do it.. Alas we woke up again at 11.
I think it's getting a bit ...
... that she was hungry. That was a very heartbreaking situation which I'll never forget. Frank donated some food later. That shows me that we can make a differenceI am very grateful to have traveled as an ambassador for BCD Travel to Haiti, thereby supporting this project. It will certainly take a while to process all impressions.I met many nice people and wonderful colleagues from all over the world. Many thanks for the lovely and awesome time.
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