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... This is the most famous of the city's medieval churches. All I know is that it was huge. Here again bikes are popular as petrol is $9 a gallon ....nope I have no idea what that is per litre. In Schwerin there is approx. one bike per person. It was a full day as we left the ship at 8 and it was 5:30 by the time that we got back. Geoff's tour group isn't expected back till nearly 9, so he will be tired, he left at 7. Geoff's Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Memorial Tour. I left ...
... East Germans were allowed to cross into Hungary 1989 They won't be forced to go home if they can get to the embassy 3000 waited patiently for an unknown future A barrier was overturned and there was a mass of people climbing over fences Young Germans Leaving everything behind and for the first time ever - The government lets them go. And it takes a strong person to stand against governments and say "Let the people go" "We the ...
... saw this terrible thing, photos being taken and they circulated the news soon having the world know what berlin was up to. In 1990 on November 9th they had a meeting. They had decided that people with passports should be able to travel, they went over some points and were gonna change the rules to some things. The person who had to speak in front of everyone had just gone on vacation and missed the meeting. They other guys in the meeting went over some general points and ...
... The room was all we needed and suited us well, and it was really cheap! A slight diversion. When booking accommodation for this trip, we set ourselves a cost guideline per night of $NZ140, which is what the nice motel in Taihape costs for the three of us. With the exception of the sleeper train from Vienna to Venice, as a rule we have not gone near it, and have not exceeded it. Berlin was, however, the high point in cheap accommodation. While our hotel was ...
... t easy to understand, so we walked.
The checkpoint is just a small guard shack with signs letting you know that you're leaving the American sector and headed into the Russian sector. They have big pictures of soldiers, one American, one Russian on each side of the overhead sign. We visited the museum, which was mostly about people who tried to escape, and those who really made it. Really ingenious ideas on how to escape inside car gas tanks, speakers, welding machines, ...