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... Yes, they had Vietnamese music as well. Also pretty unusual. Obviously some sort of traditional or neo-traditional fare. A swinging grill. It looks like a great idea. That way you don't have to continually move the meat around to stop it from burning. Well it does get moved around but automatically by gravity. I had my tasting mug and the unusual one that I'd spotted that they filled with beer, now ...
Finally we are on board and travelling to Berlin . What a hoot. That's dads words! After arriving at the station many hours early, (did have the plan to tour around but traffic horrendous) we had to fill in many hours. Over the traffic.... After mcd, headed to the park, which I felt was a very seedy park and I was not comfortable at all, sat for about hour but i nit feeling good about it...we left... But with mum watching her feet and dad ...
... This was one of the three American check-points that were built once the Berlin Wall was erected to allow certain important citizens access to West Berlin, as well as foreigners visiting Berlin. The Check-point was most famous because of the stand-offs that happened between the Americans and the Soviets between the east and the west. Now it's a stand, a gift shop, and a angry German man who stands there yelling at people to take pictures with him in his army costume. ...
... be the same so instead of buying a small ham, some bread, veggies, marmalade (for the ham) and other Christmas goodies, we bought awful looking sausages and some Baileys from the train station minimart. Yum... Christmas Eve dinner was one of the most elegant and festive I've had- kebab and McFlurry. Suffice to say, it was a memorable Christmas Eve if not for the right reasons... We spent the evening at home watching the only program in English - ...
... me - had a full day planned out on where to go, how to get there, etc, etc. They only had one day here and wanted to see everything. They invited me to join, and we had a great day!
We saw the DDR Museum - Museum of East Berlin, which had some really interesting stuff. Everything from using nudity to protest the regime to the education children received to the guns and cars they used.
We saw Alexaderplatz a few times (it's got a major S Bahn and ...
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