California am Kurfurstendamm
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... the metro. We then stopped by Checkpoint Charlie where of course i as an overly-patriotic American took a picture with the American flag. In case you dont know, Checkpoint Charlie was the main crossing checkpoint between East and West Berlin during the separation of Germany. It felt pretty cool to be in all these places that had so much history within them. Afterwards, we headed to Potsdamer Platz to grab some quick and cheap food. After walking around some more ...
... found it was actually 8€, more than we were prepared to spend so we decided to give it a miss. Like I said we have already seen and read so much history information over the last few days, we weren't too conceded to miss out. From the museum we picked up our bikes and headed to the tiergarten. We rode through the Brandenburg gate and into the gardens on the other side. It was really nice biking along the path through the greenery. In Germany they are allowed ...
Today is our last full day in Berlin and we wanted to make the most of it. We got a nice early start after enjoying a delicious breakfast and took the U-bahn a couple if stops to Freiderichstrasse and walked a short 10 minute path to Museum Island. On the way we saw much of the scars of the war on many of the buildings. You realize just how recent so much of the violence had been. Our travels today took us from 165 BC and the Pergamon Altar to ...
... Plaza where he gave his "Ich bin ein Berliner" (I am a Berliner) speech. Brandenburg Gate where Reagan gave his "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" speech.
Hope we can do it all in two days. We started out wonderfully in Coburg and Roedental and had a few bumps along the way, but overall the day turned out nicely.
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... people went to escape the communists regime. Unlike the Germans who kept meticulous records, the Soviets have no exact number of how many people were killed as a result of the work camps and various government programs. It made me think of friends at home who I know patients escaped the communist regime in the USSR and the desperation they must have felt in fleeing their home country. We indeed are. Lucky country! Unfortunately my back had enough of all the ...