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- Multilingual staff
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... to the wall guards surprise. There was no way for the vastly outnumbered soldiers to hold back the crowd, so the people were allowed free crossing. Thus, November 9th is seen as the official day the wall fell. Over the next months, the Berlin Wall was torn town by both the people and the East German government. Today, parts of the Berlin Wall and a few watchtowers still stand as memorials. It is also possible to still see a trace of where ...
... was the Wannsee, a large nearby lake.
But she didn’t take us there only because her son Lars (Eva’s brother) belongs to a rowing club there.
She took us to a villa along the shore, site of what became known as the Wannsee Conference.
It was in that house that, on January 20, 1942, 15 senior Nazi and government officials came up with the plan to exterminate all European Jews, ...
... in front of your dad as you walk home. Cheers.
The next morning their flight home left super early, so we parted ways in half slumber (well I did), and I enjoyed the breakfast at the hotel before heading out to my own flight "home". It was so great having them come and visit, and I am so happy that they got to experience Europe! It was quite sad to say good bye to them though, and while I am very much enjoying being ...
... top of the dome where you can walk right around and get a good view of the city and the building. Building was extensively damaged in the war and has been rebuilt since then. You can see the repair marks on the stone exterior. Walked over the bridge to the Berlin TV tower. We had VIP tickets so did not have to wait in line, but did have to share the lift up with a bunch of school kids on an excursion (those were the days). We had been allocated a window table in the revolving ...
... Obviously we took none of it in except that Berlin was the home of the Doner Kebab! And a dish called Currywurst, I’ll go into that more later. We went out for tea with some people we had met and found a cool German style food house and got some good old Pork on our fork. I got myself one of their so called “large” beers. It was pretty big! The others got Pork knuckle which was so tender it fell off the bone and if it was actually a pigs knuckle the ...