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... always named but admired nonetheless. If you have any interest in architecture then Berlin is for you, there is such a mix of styles from traditional old stone Europe to funky new plexiglass things. For example we went to a shopping area that is a series of connected courtyards surrounded by funky boutiques with gardens in some, tile mosaics in others.
After strolling and lunch though the heat had us ...
... 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 ...
... of the journey, the rest was smooth sailing. Part of the reason my parents chose this particular route to Belgium was because it would take us through the Chunnel, an amazing feat of engineering sure to amaze my father and brother. Sadly the portion of the ride where we go underwater through the chunnel only lasts about 20 minutes and since it is dark you can’t really see any difference, the main thing I noticed was my ears popping. Never the less it was still ...
... metaphor makes it deeply significant. We ignore the fact that the literal separation existed prior to the wall being erected and it can be argued the metaphorical separation has survived the destruction of the physical barrier. Like many things in history the significance becomes circularly self sustaining. But if you are detached from all the meaning then you realise you have just walked nearly four hours to see a concrete wall. Not even a nice ...
... We were so glad we took the time to journey out here for the day and it has been one of trip highlights so far. The town itself has a lovely pedestrian old town to wander through full of shops and cafés and the palace itself is simply stunning with a beautiful yellow facade. The palace was a former residence of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia in the mid 1700's. The park itself is made up of many different ...