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- Pets allowed
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... and precision of all the players on the court. After the match the boys were allowed on the court to talk to the players and get photos before we left.
Finally for the evening it was back to Alexanderplatz to experience it in full Oktoberfest swing. Boys were told they needed to sample the local foods that were on offer for dinner and then upon our return to the hotel to prepare for the journey to Turkey in the morning.
... accompanied the two wars that had taken place on its soil. Standing on the remnants of the former Gestapo Headquarters of Berlin, Topographie of Horrors, a chillingly interesting exhibition about the effects of WWII on the city made me shudder to think of the carnage that had taken place within the last century at my feet. Although this exhibition was free, a lot like it weren’t and neither Mattijs nor I were keen to splurge on tourist trap attractions, of which there were ...
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在柏林的三 ;天，治安 6;不俗，就ą 59;土生土長 575;林人較少 2290;柏林人也 19981;如慕尼克& #33324;好客、熱 情，頗冷漠 ...
Pearl was so excited to see us and she kept playing with me and Maddy. She is so much bigger than last time we saw her and Luci said we could all sleep together in Pearl's room. Awesome!
Before that though we headed down the street for dinner. We went to a pizza and pasta place and shared two margarita pizzas. It was yum! After that Dad said we could have ice-cream because it was the weekend. We walked up the street to the shop and I got chocolate brownie, Maddy got ...
... to JFK for his monumental efforts at diplomacy when dealing with Khrushchev. They just don't make pollies like him anymore. What a great jelly doughnut.
I returned to the wall. The memorial I had spotted was not about the wall itself, but about the Nazi invasion, and subsequent soviet occupation of Poland. Now I know the Jews aren't happy about the war, but if anyone has a right to PO'd its the poles. They saw the invasion coming, fought, got no support from ...