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... west of Berlin. Our hotel was on the eastern side. Many East Berliners tried to escape to the West by jumping on to passing trains from this building before is was closed to renters buy the Stasi police. We had noticed Kartofel Keller, a potato cellar which specialised in, you guessed it, potato dishes, Zev convinced me that we should have our next evening meal there. After all day on our feet we tucked into hearty jacket potato with herb butter and veg. and potato, mushroom ...
... br style="color: rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">One of the highlights of our evening was taking pics at the Checkpoint Charlie with the soldiers (oh yea....we paid 2 euros each for 4 pictures) :P :P. This was super fun
... emigrating (leaving the country). Those who somehow got through were easily accepted as immigrants (entering the country) in West Berlin, practically a western government surrounded by socialism. This wasn't as easy as it sounds since between the wall and the true boundary was an area known as the "death strip" which came with orders to shoot to kill any trespassers. Enough history, back to now. There is a portion of the wall remaining next to the Topography ...
... Off to a church spire that was damaged during the war. Amazing mosaic work. The city is working hard. We also walked past a Half Price Theatre ticket stall and I mentioned to mum that the girls and I were sorry the Blue Man Show was cancelled in Melbourne. Not to worry, off to to theatre we go to see an amazing show with lights, mime, technology and big bouncy balls. A great way to top off our last night in ...
... ropes are used to secure heavy duty equipment to their tiny tractors perched on the Weinstrasses and sometimes you see tracks embedded in the walls near the lowest parts of the vineyard that somehow pull the necessary equipment up and down the steep slopes. The towns were very pretty and the whole scale was much lovelier than the Rhine – smaller,more intimate and less busy. And the wine? Mainly white....but just fabulous! Tours on little ...