HSH Hotel Apartments Mitte
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When travelling, it's easy to lose track of the days and give up anything resembling a routine. When you're not working and not taking classes, you're really not constrained by anything except transit schedules (for the buses, trains and planes that make travel possible). Thus, it's easy to be caught off-guard when Sunday comes around, you need milk and nearly all the grocery stores in Germany shut down*. Some might find the I-don't-know-what-day-it-is pace ...
... no bridge!
After a great lunch in a little Italian Restaurant, with some Aussies that we met at HUBB-UK, it was time to head south to Crailsheim to visit some other friends, Tobi & Christine, and see how much Lena has grown since Christmas last year.
And boy! Has she grown!! She is now walking & talking and turning the charm on like a trooper!
But I digress. Whilst driving south, we took the B9, which is the ...
... over to a small stasi exhibition nearby. I got into the building just as it started to rain. I
explored this exhibition – it was free, then headed to the station and went to a different area of the city. I then went into some nearby bookshops and picked up some new books. After that i headed over to Alexanderplatz. Here i walked around the area, then went to try to get into the Tv tower, but again the line was long, so i went to the gift shop, picked up a few souviners ...
... good option. The tour was really good and filled in most of the day and helped us better understand the dramatic history of the city.
Later that night we stumbled apon a festival with street food vans, pop up pubs and three different stages for street performers. A great night was had drinking wheat beers (my favorite) and watching many differnt circus style acts. Amazingly I was pulled out of the audience twice to help ...
... influence the way we live to day. The idea that form and function should show no difference comes in part from the Bauhaus. Items designed show no ornamentation and are entirely functional. They have clean and clear lines of form, and show a simplicity and clarity of purpose that marks them from previous aesthetic influences. Personally - I love it!! But the Nazis didn't calling it degenerate art and so the School closed in 1933. The main teachers and students mostly left ...