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... the US and British embassies close to the Gate, demolished during the Cold War and now completely rebuilt and once again holding Sunday afternoon tea dances in the lobby. Back in 1967, we drove down the Unter den Linden to the Alexanderplatz but all that I can remember our guide pointing out to us was a grassy knoll, all that remained of Hitler’s bunker and a few cafes, apparently a novelty then in East Berlin.
We came back to Berlin again around 1990 or ...
... catch our flight arriving Berlin around 4.00. That should give us time to find our hotel, get settled, and take in some sights! On the way, we call in at Mondsee which us a small town on the Lake District. In fine weather, we could see it would be very pretty but with it being an overcast day, it is nothing really to write home about. It looks like any ordinary lake with a mountain in the background. The village on the other hand - very cute and worthy of a ...
Pleased to be back home and sitting down, we enjoyed a cup of tea and a little down time. There was a pressing need to get some washing done, so Ro cleverly located a laundromat nearby that was still open after 5:30. Into the car we piled with our washing. It was a very well organised and comfortable Laundromat, complete with free espresso and wi-fi. The kids were set with their screen and two loads of washing later we were on ...
... story of how the Berlin Wall fell on November 9th , 1989. He gave us lots of details, but a long story short... One of the main PR people involved in the communist party made a huge error during a public address. He was told to announce that the communist party was considering the allowance of the East German public to apply for travel visas. If this was to move forward the communist party would hold the right to deny anyone, for any reason. ...
... 8220;experts” at pygmy hippo sperm collection, and endangered large mammal assisted reproductive techniques in general (like artificial insemination in elephants). I say “experts” in quotes as I am not quite sure from how many pygmy hippos you need to collect a sperm sample before you can call yourself an expert, but although they have “only” done it for 10 animals, they are the only people on the planet to ever have done it at ...