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... the underground and made our way to Kruezburg for breakfast and then crossed over the Spree river to the East Side gallery. We strolled along a 1.3km section of the Berlin Wall who's Eastern face has art works painted by 105 artists in 1990 as a monument to peace. Whilst in Berlin we have stayed in the Luise Arteskunst Hotel, a hotel which has a boundary wall about 1 metre from the railway line. This railway was, between 1961 and 1989, the only railway crossing from the east ...
... was not bad at all considering that I am not much of a pork eater. And I will never forget the thick Peas soup despite their warning (oh noooo....never will taste it again).
And I will also not forget the fact that I was super thrilled to see so many exotic cars in Berlin. Oh my my it gave me a high! And these crazy bikers on Sports Bike really made me want to take a ride with them. We drove past the Brandenburg Gate, the ...
... ideals are obviously different than capitalist ones, the city split into two. It had two currencies, political systems, and eventually a physical barrier to keep the inhabitants of East Berlin inside the country. The Berlin Wall was to most people the physical manifestation of the Iron Curtain itself as Stalin gained more control in Eastern Europe. Anyway, the Berlin Wall around the entire city (again around not just dividing) had checkpoints to keep ...
... years of a divided Germany and a divided Berlin.
More immigrants. This time Croatian; playing some weird form of boule with what looked like cannon balls.
Teatime - Croatian. I've now officially given up on making a big attempt to overwhelmingly eat German while in Germany.
Tomorrow I suppose I'll get to meet some ...
... hills as well as a fantastic bus ride up to Daun with a 60 Km bike ride up and down on an old train line from Daun back to Whelen where we were camping. Beautiful changing landscapes – forests, farm fields, little towns and vineyards. The difficulty and steepness of some of the vineyards along the Mosel are a real challenge for the farmers. Strange equipment is needed to do what they have to do to get the job done. Spraying with helicopters. ...