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... of Others" recreates the prison routine with great authenticity, and sheds light upon the nature of Stasi operations. With 90 000 operatives, and over 100 000 informers, the Stasi really were everywhere, creating an atmosphere of suspicion, uncertainty, trepidation and mistrust.
Our mood of mild dread was lifted when we met a wonderfully over-enthusiastic fellow at a petrol station on the way back to Alona's, and even though he spoke no English, we had a laugh and a joke. He ...
It snowed again on Saturday for a short time. Paul and I spent most of the day pottering about cleaning up a bit, and complaining about my elbow. Paul made us vegie patties for lunch and we made our own burgers. They were so delicious that we did the same for dinner. He put potatoes, pumpkin, peas, corn, flour and some spices together, mashed it into flat delicious balls and fried them. Yum! It's making me hungry thinking about them! Marc also came to visit us in the evening to ...
... of Dresden loved their architecture and Britain felt bad about the large amount of people who lost their lives. There are still some bricks in the buildings which are blackened which are the original bricks, charred by the bombs. Once we had a little look at that we went and met some other TopDeck groups and had a hot sausage eating challenge so 2 of our people against their people and it as so hot, the people were shaking so ...
... 8226; Portion of the Berlin Wall
• Checkpoint Charlie: Most famous Berlin Wall crossing point between West and East Berlin.
In the evening, we ventured to St. Nikolai-Kirche (St. Nicholas' Church) to see the church and wander the surrounding cobblestone streets. Built between 1220 and 1230, the church is in a small medieval neighborhood in Berlin. With lots of restaurants nearby, we ate at a traditional German eatery.
... the time looking at the floods) and I even managed to sleep for a fair chunk of it. What should have been a <5 hour trip turned into >6 hours... at least the lines were open though.
Checked in to my hotel in Berlin easily enough, and then headed down to the hotel restaurant for some dinner - rib eye steak with fried potatoes and bacon. I hadn't taken much food on the train with me, as ...
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