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... city, but in this street, in this building, here on this pavement?
The inspiring building with its solid 19th century facade... just how long has it actually been there? Or, was it a pile of rubble when we were born? The punk bar claiming to be the world's only museum of the Ramones was yards away from a 10-foot wall when they were playing.
Today Potsdamplatz is marked by prestige skyscrapers, with radical shapes to emphasize the roads that have met here at ...
... Joyce and I had visited here back in 1975. It was still East Berlin back then. But the museums were considered national treasures, and we were impressed with what we saw.
The Pergamon Museum holds a fascinating collection of ancient relics from Greece and the Middle East. Much of it was hauled to Berlin by German archeologists.
The museum gets its name from its most famous exhibit: the ...
... attempts under, over or through the mined no-man’s land and the barbed-wire laced reinforced concrete wall with dogs patrolling its entire length.
The historic teaching point is that the suffocating oppression of Big Brother government, the abject failure of the economic, cultural and political government's-going-to-take-care-of-ever ybody communist model was manifest in the Wall. Everybody wanted out. The wall became a vital piece of Soviet ...
... the Forest to the station we arrived at, 5km away, we walked to a different station and found connections home. We got off at a station 2km from our condo and were on a mission for food. Rather then try the same old same old we tried Asia box instead. I got some mango chicken thing thinking it be like orange chicken where it's just a bit of zest. Nope it was like mango soup. The mango taste was so strong I tried drying bits of ...
We're currently on a 7 hour bus to Munich. It's a very familiar feeling of mixed emotions for us right now. We're really sad to leave Berlin, but also excited for the next part of our journey. A few months back we had decided to pick a city where we would "live" for nearly a month. We visioned fully unpacking for the first time since we left, experiencing life as a local, and doing things like finding a personal trainer and cooking our own meals (something we ...