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... for dinner, we managed to visit the place where The Wall still stands. The exhibition there was a stark reminder of what had happened pretty much over night after the end of the war. High above the exhibition was a viewing platform where you could stand and look down into 'no mans land' complete with the barbed wire and watch tower. This was how o had always pictured it. Even if I'd never fully appreciated that West Berlin was a small, walled off, section of the city ...
... day. While we recovered in bed, he slaved over a cook top for the best part of the day making his famous seafood paella. Tasty stuff.
Juan made our stay in Berlin really enjoyable. A little too much beer was drunk but he assured us that was what Germans do. We said auf wiedersehen (most German we know) to Juan and headed off to ...
... information provided and no label attached, as you explore the hundreds of concrete slabs (each differing in size) through the undulating grounds, you honestly do wonder and are definitely led to create your own interpretation. Combine it with the empty bookshelves below the ‘Book Burning Square’ and the art along the East Side ...
... Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War. The wall was constructed in 1961 to stop Eastern Bloc emigration westward through the Soviet border system, preventing escape across the city sector border from East Berlin to West Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie became a symbol of the Cold War, representing the separation of East and ...
... as Paul has collected all of Specky's old clothes. And by the way, in the supermarket across the road from our apartment, we found Australian wine! Shiraz, Merlot, C******nay and all from South Australia. The most expensive was 4 euros! That's about 6aud. Most of them were 2 euros. That's cheaper than at home! Crazy! Anyway we bought a few bottles to give as gifts, including one to the neighbours. At the supermarket we also found Gluhvein yay! So we drank ...