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... There is the guy who built a mini-submarine and motored out into the North Sea to meet up with a Danish ship. There is the family who built a hot air balloon out of salvaged parts and floated over the wall. There were lots of people who hid in cars or luggage, including the woman who sewed herself into the front passenger seat of a car and stayed crouched in a chair position long enough to get through the border. And tunnels! There were lots of ...
... of the skyline that do not appear on the images. But hey, it was still a really cool thing to do.
After a crazy busy day, we headed back to the outskirts of town by taking a tram. From there, Father Juraj was able to pick us up and take us back to the ITI. After we got back, we looked into the possibility of traveling to Budapest the following day. After working out the details, we decided we would be spending our 4 of July in Budapest, Hungary.
We caught ...
... a small plaque was placed on this site. Although most of this underground secret was destroyed there are still some corridors that remain.
Nighttime came in berlin and this city was alive. Starting the night at a traditional beer hall, you will have German bands that get everyone out of their seats dancing and maybe even your first ever beer if you’re lucky. The traditional German pork knuckle is a must. You will struggle to get through ...
... the locals like to call it: the pregnant oyster. Many of the exhibitions were free and covered a range of topics focused on the 'afterglow' of the digital revolution. It was sooooo interesting. Here is an excerpt from the website on the concept of the afterglow. It's a bit heavy to read at first, but try it; it does eventually make a lot of sense. The digital revolution was a dinner party but its afterglow is not. The once utopian promises of ...
... that they check the ID of every person who goes in there, we thought we were stuffed. Then the Top Deck crew came around the corner and we realised that because they were a group, they got quick entry into the pub, the only problem is that they all had stamps on their arm to say they were with this group. We tried to put our arm with someone else to see if the stamp would go onto ours but it didn't work so we went up to the lady at different times and said can we ...