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... I think a man yelled at us for crossing at the walk lane instead of the bike lane. My thought was just put your head down and pedal! Then down the busy street to Brandenburg gate which we could get up close this time (the other day there was a rally that closed it off) and the Reichstag which was seized by the Nazis back in 1933. We rode on to a few more biergartens then turned in our bikes and headed to Hofbrau house (German beer house) to watch the ...
... few paintings have been marginalized by graffiti and weather. But there is an effort to restore them as it represents the hopes and dreams of thousands of people as the Wall was opened. It is the longest section (almost a mile) of original Wall still standing.
So here is a sample of the paintings on multiple sections of the original Berlin ...
... Terrified by the supernatural sight, the two run away. The wood nymphs enter, singing and dancing, but when Vodník explains to them what has happened to Rusalka they fall silent and disappear. The prince, desperate and half crazy with remorse, emerges from the forest, looking for Rusalka and calls out to her to return to him. She appears from the water, reproaching him for his infidelity, and explains that now a kiss from her would kill him. Accepting his destiny, he asks her ...
... jobs and cool things about Berlin in the net. This is what we found.. Berlin has a huge anarchist movement.. Can't remember if I already wrote that in this blog. And there are lots of great places for people to give and take and share things without using money. There is a a couple of websites and Facebook pages entirely devoted to this. People post what they need and someone gives it to them and then if someone has something they don't need they post ...
... of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, nearly followed suit. Fortunately, we finally located the statue, with only a little time to spare before our train ride.
We've heard a lot of people say that Berlin is one of their favorite cities in Europe. It certainly has a distinct character, both in contrast with Europe as a whole and, really, itself as a city. Every district offers a distinct character, testament to Berlin's continually shifting identity throughout history.