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... And both Berlins sat a hundred miles inside the Communist Bloc country of East Germany. One western free peoples’ road ran from West Germany through East Germany into Berlin. (Early-on the Russians tried to stop traffic along the west's road. The U.S. responded with the Berlin Airlift which broke the back of that effort.)
So you have the city of Berlin, split down the middle between western and eastern powers, sitting in the middle of East ...
... novelty places to eat and the one we chose was one where the drinks are delivered by train. It was just as cool as is sounds and I think we all may have drank a lot more because of it!! After that we met up with the rest of the group that had eaten at other places and went to a bar and a club to taste Prague's nightlife. The last club we went to had 5 floors and each is a different genre of music. A few of ...
... we can't wait to connect with them again, wherever that might be.
Yesterday, shortly after I posted some photos on Facebook about our time with Grant and Julia at Mauerpark, a couple we met in Malaysia (from New Zealand but living in Australia) reached out to us. They saw our photos and as it turns out, they were at the same park at the same time! We knew this couple, who is traveling for a year or more, was in Europe, but we had no idea they were ...
... but English is spoken natively over such a wide area yet doesn't have any real dialects. Hmmm, actually Australian English and American English are probably pretty different for non native speakers.
A few of us decided to wander over to the railway station for something to eat at lunchtime. One of us had a bag emblazoned with Esperanto and out of the blue this woman stopped us and started speaking to us ...
Today the boys were most excited as they were going to the Technick museum. I was less keen but decided to go for a bit and then leave them be and go shopping. The museum was huge and had everything from boats, planes and trains to a section on suitcase manufacturing and weaving. The only downside was that the information for the majority of the exhibits was only in German.
I stayed there for longer than I expected to and then decided ...