Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... t have that ancient charm that other European cities had, it wasn't as grand or beautiful.
That evening we started shopping and compiling our winter wardrobe for the Danish winter. We found a restaurant called Vapiano, which we had a few meals at (apparently there is one in Brisbane) but they do pizza and pasta and antipasto but make it all right in front of you with homemade pasta, it is incredible. Safe to say I am completely sick of ...
... East Germans were allowed to cross into Hungary 1989 They won't be forced to go home if they can get to the embassy 3000 waited patiently for an unknown future A barrier was overturned and there was a mass of people climbing over fences Young Germans Leaving everything behind and for the first time ever - The government lets them go. And it takes a strong person to stand against governments and say "Let the people go" "We the ...
... in the middle of the River Spree home to Berlin's museums. The whole island is a world heritage site and you can see why. The buildings are huge and awesome old architecture! The Berliner Dom greets you as you walk down Unter den Linden. It is a huge cathedral and you can climb the 267 steps to the top if you want.... We passed on that and went straight to the Pergamon Museum. Not being massive museum people we picked the one that interested us most. Having said ...
... were done, forced sterilization at a hosp nearby (just cos the people were deemed inheritary poor). It was cold sterile and sad.
Then we walked quite blindly in the fog till we saw the memorial. Where there was also the hanging area - the public one.
Side note: at the Frankfurt airport waiting to board. Yay to home!The I think Australian couple next to us is so funny! They were like couldn't find their passport and when the old lady finally said she had ...
... to the square playing host to all of this activity was the Brandenburg Gate. Built in the late 18th century, greatly damaged during World War II, and restored in 2000 to 2002 it has been a popular site for major historical events in Germany. The Gate's design is based upon the Propylaea, the gateway to the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.
A short walk away was the Reichstag. Originally built to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire, ...