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... well off as West Berlin, but after a while the communists that were in charge of East Berlin began to be more and more repressive and totalitarian. So, the intellectuals that lived there took it upon themselves to leave East Berlin. This was known as the Brain Drain, and was detrimental to the economy of East Berlin. So, the USSR made it illegal for the citizens of East Berlin to leave, and constructed the Berlin Wall in 1961. It was not until Germany was ...
... else) we finished up our sightseeing, making sure we covered most all of the little side streets and shops and then headed for the train station before flying to Berlin, Germany!
After checking into our hotel and getting settled it was time to explore a bit of Berlin and head somewhere for dinner. At our suggestion we took my parents and brother to the excellent beer hall that Bree and I visited earlier in our trip and it was even better the second time ...
... groceries on the back. We figured out the hard way that both of us plus 40 pounds of groceries on bumpy dirt roads was a little excessive on the tire tubes. After performing surgery and buying a backup tube we figured the deal out with the bike. It is 11 Euros to rent a bike anywhere in Europe and it has already paid for itself. On our exit of the city we tied our 100 pounds worth of luggage to it and set off on our way towards the bus station to Prague, Czech ...
... a suitable restaurant. We were very tired by this point. We all got drinks and food; I got a beer and nachos. By the end of lunch it was kinda late and we were tired so we decided to go back home. We went via the supermarket. On the walk there me and deejay had a really long good convo about how weird madi and nouille's relationship was for some reason. Deejay is a really good conversationalist. When we got to the supermarket we got heaps ...
... is the cross walk signal that stuck around and has become a sort of mascot to the city. One of the coolest things I've been able to do anywhere was a tour of Spreepark, an abandoned amusement park in East Berlin, definitely ostalgie. I had read about it long ago and my sweet German friend Georgios helped hook up my spot on the tour. Of course, the two hour tour was solely in German, so my Canon and I strolled away from the guide and ...