First Lady's World Tour: Week 2

Fueled by the warm reception at her first stop, the first lady flies toward a place that recalls the heart of a continent once divided into east and west. There, she would be hailed by the people, especially the laborers who bravely overthrew their government back in the 1980s. But she can't shake that eerie feeling of being . . . home? Here nobody wants to talk about NATO; the citizens keep asking about her roots. And though she is of course a Democrat, for some strange reason she has Ronald Reagan on her mind.

So what's the name of the place she's in?

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