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We had our first organized tour to Berlin. It was a 2.5 hour drive from port through windmill land and rolling hills. Our first stop was Charlottesburg castle where our guide gave us a history lesson. I hadn't realized how intertwined all of those royal families of Europe were. We walked Brandenburg gate and the Roma memorial. The Roma memorial was a square black pool with ...
Paul and I woke up today at about 11am. I had a very good chat to mum on the phone, replied to a few nice emails and Facebook messages and then made my first smoothie in Berlin. It was mango, banana, blueberry and rice milk. Most of the fruit was frozen so it turned out to be a delicious, thick glass of semi frozen goodness. It was purple coloured from the blueberries. I began to raise the glass up to my mouth to take the first sip and suddenly it began to slip out from ...
... each other on either side of the border, until a peaceful step-down was agreed by JFK and they all, slowly, edged backwards. If this doesn't interested you, that's OK, but I was enthralled. It was all news to me.
On Sunday morning I went to look at the East Gallery, a fairly long stretch of the Wall that's been turned into a permanent art exhibit. Sadly - and surprisingly - some developers have removed a few sections of it in order to build a new apartment block. It sends ...
... days ago the same thing happened to another couple. He chased those girls down about 100 metres and managed to retrieve the phone. Unfortunately, minors are protected by law and so if he called the cops they can't do anything so would just reprimand the girls and then release them. If he smacks them then he would get arrested. So he just monitors the front. The girls were about 9-12 years of age and of Romanian descent. It's so sad. I just felt blessed and ...
... below ground and had a four metre thick reinforced ceiling! Hitler spent a lot of time here in the last stages of WWII, marrying Eva Braun in April 1945 down the bunker, and then suiciding later in April 1945. When the war was over, the bunker was destroyed, and it wasn't until recently that a sign went up marking the spot. A car park covers the site, and there are lots of apartments around the perimeter (must be bizarre looking out of your window of your apartment ...
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