DORMERO Hotel Brandenburger Hof Berlin
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... flats that everybody lived in, items from that era, a video on the housing boom- truly fascinating stuff. The Germans in this time and place had enough money to buy things- just not enough things to buy! I had never even considered that to be an option of an economical issue. Finally, at the end of the exhibit, there was a digital "Berlin Wall" that you could spray paint on with these digital sensor spray paint cans that were suspended from the ceiling. Pretty neat stuff. From ...
... time ago. Immediately after getting out of the Army in 1973 I left for Europe where I spent 13 months in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
I met an Australian at the American Express office in London in June of that year, the place for all travel hookups for securing travel mates and other assignations in that day. He had just driven his VW van from Madras, India to London. To refresh your geography that’s through ...
... catch so I went to the bus stop and waited for M85. It was 11pm so I hoped it didn't take too long to arrive. I waited for 20 minutes and no bus came. I checked the sign but it had no time table so I had no idea when it was meant to arrive. I told myself to wait 10 more minutes max before I walked to the main train station and found my way via train. Thankfully I was right near a police station so I felt pretty safe sitting at a bus stop this late. Ten minutes went by and ...
... After sheltering from a heavy lunchtime downpour of rain we spent some time browsing the shops . On our second day we headed first to the East Side Gallery section of the Berlin Wall and walked the couple of kilometres between train stations admiring the colourful murals. Next it was on to Check Point Charlie for some touristy photos and then to The Topography on Terror display where existing untouched sections of the ...
... aren't aware, the wall was in fact 2 parallel walls with an empty space in-between which was called the death strip as it was filled with traps to prevent people crossing. The death strip from this area of the wall has been converted to green space which is lovely to see in the centre of a large city. From what I've read a lot of the empty areas left by the death strip have been put to the same use. After I'd read all I could I visited the museum island. Believe it or not it's a ...