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... We are all made of the same things. Love and atoms and ****. =P
Berlin is an amazing city and the hotbed of German history, and arguably one of the largest European cities with the greatest historical impact.
... become part of the world.
After the fall of the Nazi Party, Berlin struggled to come to terms with the atrocities that had occurred during Hitler's reign. The city had to rebuild and remodel itself while the world watched. However, one major event set this city apart from all of the other cities. Berlin, like the rest of Germany, was divided into four sectors, each governed by a different Allied Power. Before long, the ...
... West you just had the wall, but on the East, there was the wall, a guard stand, barbwire fence, another fence, and another smaller brick wall. They meant business in keeping you in the East. The amount of people who died was pretty shocking as well. We saw memorial of at least 100 faces, ranging from all different ages. The youngest I saw was two. These people had all been shot trying to pass through the wall. Every one of these people had ...
... makes a very smooth gin. I had a gin and tonic. Outstanding!
Even Sandy, who usually turns her nose up at any drink thought that was pretty smooth. Strange name, it was called Monkey 47 Gin. He also gave us a tip for a great ice cream shop about 10 more minutes away. We walked to it. But it was closed! Tired, we cabbed it back to the Reichstag. Had to wait in a little cafe across the street. Sandy settled for a plain old ice cream ...
... long walk and saw lots of castles and beautiful structures. We stopped at a cute little hidden cheesecake place and had cheesecake and hot chocolate! We had our last supper at Betti and Flo's. It's called a germ knodel and it's like a bun with plum filling and vanilla sauce and berrys on top! It was so nice to stay in a nice place and for them to take us in with open arms. Couldn't be more thankful. We arrived in Prague, Czech Republic today! We took a four hour train ride and it's so cute ...