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... informative, the audio tour was really helpful. As I mentioned we are staying right next to the Brandenburg Gate, we walked there in the morning, and took some photo of this very impressive structure. We then walked to the Reichstag building, from here we took the bus, and saw a range of amazing buildings, monuments, even the largest shopping ...
... SPACE on the Wall as I am sure he would do if he visited this important place in history. It was once a wall that restricted access for the people on either side to communicate now what remains of the wall is accessible to all for expression. It was interesting to see a wall that was put up to divide a country is now open for all countries and everyone to add their message to the Wall in a very uniting manner.
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We also saw parts of the old Berlin Wall. Inken explained that although the wall itself doesn't seem intimidating or in fact very impressive, it was the devices put in place around the wall that caused so many deaths. There was a large area of 'No Man's Land' separating the West and the East, and Soviet soldiers were instructed to kill all who tried to pass over the wall in either direction. These soldiers were stationed in ...
... about other services in the city. Berlin, really, you are surprising me every day. It seems as though, idealistically of course, that almost every portion of society here are supported. There is a huge startup scene here (the city is famous for it) and young entrepreneurs are encouraged and supported by the government. Rent and food are cheap, and creativity thrives. There are so many great artists, musicians and ideas coming out of this city, ...
... started coming back. Many German words are like the English ones (or vice versa, I suppose), so it’s often easy to make out what’s written. The studio apartment I rented was a couple of blocks away from Checkpoint Charlie (now a tourist draw), and I was able to use public transit or walk wherever I wanted to go, as well as easily make two day trips (Spandau and Potsdam).
Berlin lies along the River Spree, and about a third of the ...