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... be remembered and respected. I felt, looking at the spectacle that Checkpoint Charlie had become, that someone who had lived through that time would probably have some kind of PTSD meltdown if they visited there. I also thought about how offensive and inappropriate it would be if someone was selling Nazi paraphernalia somewhere like Flanders Field. I wonder what makes this different.
The museum was just as bad, but in a different way. It wasn't so much crass as ...
... later on in the day but at least it was ok for now. We wondered whether to risk the emissions pass but I'm glad we didn't as later on we saw lots of parking inspectors out and about and I think we would have been fined. So THEN we trundled off to the service station with the vehicle registration, another few hundred metres down the road only to find that we needed paperwork, VIN number on the car etc. Pays to do your homework but also a ...
... and drowned three quick beers - which at 1.80euro each I could afford. The pub is owned by Silkes sister and brother-in-law and they brew on site. It was a good german beer.
This morning I loaded Uber on the iPhone and ordered a taxi that way, its an excellent service, shows you how far the taxi is on a map until it gets to you. I had ordered the biggest Mercedes Limo you have ever seen but it still cost the same as a ...
Today was a long travel day from Amsterdam to Berlin along the autobahn. I was really hoping to see a fancy car fly by but not today! Our first break took place at an old checkpoint between east and west Germany. You can still see the observation towers and huge lights. We tried mezzo mix which is a unique German soft drink, kind of like fanta mixed with coke. Once into the city we took a short bus tour to get orientated and see the sights and then checked into the hotel and ...
Perhaps the most visible and lasting symbol of the "Iron Curtain" was the Berlin Wall. It divided East and West Berlin from 1961 to 1990. (The concrete, border wall stood between 1975 and 1990.) There were nine official crossings or checkpoints. We have already seen Checkpoint Charlie. The Wall enclosed 97 ...