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... us a stunning view of the city. Berlin truly is massive, and you can only get an idea of its enormity from the air.
After getting out of the balloon, Izzy took us for a drive to a village outside of Berlin, to have a look at the Potsdam Palace and gardens. The Potsdam Palace is a series of palaces built by the Prussian emperors who once ruled over the northern regions of Germany. ...
... So I really appreciated him hosting me and trying to show me through some of the more scenic parts of Prague (Prague is by far the most beautiful city I've been to btw! and should be on everyone's 'must go' when visiting Europe)
The next day he had to go to work so I left his place with all my bags and set off! I spent the day exploring, bumping into the cutest flea markets and having great coffee (though not as good as Brno ;)) and ...
... respective sector. So the Russians were required to assure that American soldiers could go into the Soviet zone. That access point was Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Alpha was at Helmstadt on the West/East German border, and Checkpoint Bravo was the checkpoint from East German at Potsdam into the allies sector (American) of Berlin. In October of 1989 I made that drive to visit Berlin for the first time. I have located a picture of me at the wall in 1989, I added it the picture to ...
... place, and
what it looked like. There is a museum
which it was recommended to see first, and then another piece of the wall and
remnants of the basement of the building that used to be Gestapo headquarters. It was notable that in a densely built city,
this area was almost wide open….bombed out when Berlin was finally taken. I usually breeze by exhibits with just
pictures and text, but I think I spent ...
We started the day with a quick trip on the U8 to the German History Museum. It's really well done, and very interesting. The second floor has history from the 300's, or so, up until the end of the First World War. The first floor has from the end of WWI to pretty much the present. Some amazing works of art, clothing, weapons, and history. They had the cape and suit that Napoleon wore at his coronation, beautiful workmanship. We spent over 2 ...