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... economy was centrally planned, and predominantly state owned. Its population declined from more than 18 million in 1950 to 16 million in 1990. A subsidy system was used to keep down the prices of a large range of basic goods and services. Although the GDR had to pay substantial war reparations to the USSR, it became the richest economy in the Eastern Bloc. Nonetheless it did not match the economic growth of West Germany. Emigration to the West ...
... a Beaver living in there which we spotted that
evening, we managed to get some pictures although not great pictures
due to our general lake of picture taking skill at night!
We had a good night sleep and the next day decided to stay another
night, mainly because Sarah wanted to go on Beaver watch again that
night, and also because of the good night sleep we had the previous
night! We never saw the Beaver ...
... Italian restaurant for an exquisite Italian dinner where we had our own private room . It was literally like having a family reunion ... there were close to 30 of us and I met second cousins for the first time. We had a lovely meal with about 7 - 8 courses and had a chance to visit with lots of relatives. We got back home by 11:30 PM and spent more time visiting.
... actually made in Lodz. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to buy anything for myself, but I know I could have found a few nice items if I had the time. I guess I'll just have to come back!
We left the mall early afternoon and did a quick drive around the city to have a look at the industrial architecture which Herb was very interested in seeing. We saw Scheibler's Spinning Mill, the Fire Station, the workers' homes and ...
... by a strawberry quark dessert ... very delicious. By this time, I had been up for over 24 hours and was getting very sleepy, so I had a quick 20-minute nap. Meanwhile, my mother still hadnīt slept a wink. Horst then drove Herb and me into town so we could buy our train ticket for tomorrow. Then back to the house for a relaxing afternoon/evening ...