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... particular, plans for economic growth in the sector was initiated by
the United States. The Soviets did however not agree with these plans
and did not want to take part of the combined reconstruction effortsThus, this plan, called the Marshall Plan, was only implemented on
the West German side. Due to the Marshall plan, the West German side
recovered quicker from the war than East Germany, leading to a higher
living standard in the west.
... rapidly changing emotions caused by grief. Buried under the memorial, are the bodies of the two unknown soldiers, emphasising the message conveyed above them. We were forunate enough to see all of the main sites, including churches and cathedrals; the site of Hitler's bunker (in other words, a car park); the remains of the Berlin Wall (aka The Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart); Checkpoint Charlie; the memorial and site of the famous Nazi book ...
... d been hoping. Luckily, I had ordered schnitzel, and that turned out to be salty and hot and kind of like the fish sticks of my childhood.
We left the cafe to discover it was raining, so decided to check out the large building across the street with the word "kulture" in its title. It turned out to be a free history museum, so we stayed until it closed at 6pm and learned still more about the Berlin Wall, then continued to wander the streets of East Berlin in ...
... want was there, even octopus. This place was way too high end for a couple easy going Canadians so we just looked around and left. We found supper at a place down from the mall. The place was found had a German menu but the English translation was written underneath. We both got the ribs, which came with fries and coleslaw for €14. They were so yummy! We took the bus home and went to the grocery store. Surprise surprise there's a Lidl near by. We stocked up on groceries ...
... Russian soldiers and even the politicians. I will investigate those later....at some point Then we went on to the site of Hitlers bunker. You cant actually see the bunker anymore, its been completely sealed off as the Germans do not want to glorify Hitler (pesky Neo-Nazis are still floating around) but you can go to the spot where the bunker was. It now has a car park and a small park over it. Now if anyone thinks they've seen a bad wedding, think of Eva ...