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... Cultures Museum - a quirky museum in Dahlem, a suburb near a University. It's a museum that's attached to about 3 others. We went through it quickly and liked it. There was also a temporary exhibit on WW1 with some interesting items.
Tonight we plan on seeing a chamber orchestra outside along a part of the Wall near our place. Then it's off to a night food market where Deanne is hoping to find a Brazilian food cart serving the hard to find ...
... were locked behind the Berlin Wall for 28 years....no wonder there are so many tourists here now, seeing things that were not accessable a short time ago. I would have liked to go in the Pergamon Museum to see the ancient stuff like the Ishtar Gate and Nebuchadnezzer's Throne Room, etc., but the line was huge, and I didn't want to wait. So we haven't gone in any museums, but I'm good with that. The architecture is incredible and the fact that it's all really fairly ...
... that was virtually unspoken. Just as he arrived for the conference, Truman was informed that the United States had successfully tested the first atomic bomb. Hoping to use the weapon as leverage with the Soviets in the postwar world, Truman casually mentioned to Stalin that America was now in possession of a weapon of monstrously destructive force. The ...
... hard with the gender of objects die der das so you may as well not even try. Finally and a little slow, Paul and I got the drift that this man was a character and he was having a joke. So I pretended to run around and said forget it. Then the three of us laughed and began filling in the enrolment form. This guy was originally from Germany but lived in Canada for his schooling years and then returned. We op couldn't pick the Canadian accent either. Pit was like he ...
MONDAY 5 AUGUST
We were up and at 'em early this morning, with a big day of exploring Berlin ahead. I, along with many others in our group, decided to take up the Third Reich walking tour offered as an optional extra by Topdeck. While the tour's description of "takes in sites of historical significance" may have sounded a little mundane, in reality it was anything but. The three hour walking tour covered the struggle against the Nazi system of ...