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... contact. Abgar refers me to a restaurant not far from our hotel called the Borchardt. It is apparently one of the places to be seen in Berlin and often frequented by celebrities as well as global politicians. I decide to take Cheryl there tonight and it certainly proves to be a winner. Despite not having a reservation the maitre di finds us a table for two and we are soon tucking into the house specialty - Vienna schnitzel. Their bouillabaisse is ...
... driving Paul around as he had walked out of one of the hospital and classified as an absconed person. After realizing he needed assistance he the went to the police station. Unfortunately his mobile phone had lost all power so we could not communicate. The police then tried to help reunite us so they had been driving him around Berlin to help him find the apartment. We were both very emotional when reunited and I have told him I am going to put one ...
... a row...the first time any market has done that!
So why the best? First of all, the physical ambiance was beautiful, as it was set in the Gendarmenmarkt, a square surrounded by three grand buildings - the Berlin concert hall, the French cathedral, and the German cathedral. In the middle of the square was a statue of a famous German poet...even without the Christmas market this square would be a sight to see. Like many areas ...
... escape East Berlin in very imaginative ways - inside suitcases, gas tanks, an ultra light flyer, hollowed out parts of cars, a zipline, kayaking and even by using fake uniforms of allied soldiers. Many of them successful….some not.
The Wall itself has gone thru a few changes of the years. The first generation of Wall was mostly barbed wire, then it progressed into concrete. But soon it was discovered that it could be damaged and knocked down if heavy machinery was ...
... Germany to keep the people from East Germany in. The death strip was the area between the inner and outer Berlin Walls. They had one 12 foot wall, dogs, land mines, spikes, and officers in towers with rifles that wouldn't hesitate to shoot. The interesting thing was that a basic freedom of being able to travel around in your own city or anywhere for that matter was taken away. One man went to his girlfriends house one night and the next day he couldn't go ...