Pension Haus Bielke
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... if I can no longer use my Eurail pass because of a strike? Before we knew it she was pulling something off the printer. Turns out our kind helper was either overstating the issue or I misunderstood her. We had to take a bus to the nearest train station. This didn't take long, normally it's a 14 minute train ride. From there the train we were aiming for was not running but the next one, just an hour later was. After that all ...
... East and West, and people trying to enter or leave. They were incredible, so talented and so moving. We also saw some creepy abandoned circus which kind of epitomised the East side and how poor it was.
We then went into town and visited the Brandenburg gates, the new parliament building, the Reichstag, the holocaust memorial, a gypsy memorial (where I saw squirrels!!), the propaganda building, hitler's bunker, checkpoint charlie and ...
... I am not sure if I could past or present live next to this place. As I walked down the road that was the entrance into the camps I couldn't help but think of all the people who came through here. On the left was the wall and to the right were the SS solider housing and rec hall. Apparently prisoners would work cleaning the houses or serving drinks in the casino but wouldn't live for long in fear of them spreading information. A small museum outside ...
... with mythical creatures to impress or scare visitors to Babylon.
Beer is plentiful in Berlin and food is very international. Lots of pizza and pasta shops. 3 opera houses and the large Berlin Concerthall across from our hotel, but no shows at all this evening. This is a very easy city to walk around, enjoying the warm spring evenings.
Berlin has so much to offer. There is much more to its history than World War II and life on the east side of the ...
... dozens of chants and most people stood the entire time. When Berlin scored their two points it sounded as if the clock were striking midnight on Y2k.
We made it back to the hostel, and asked the attendant for a recommendation for an authentic German restaurant. She told us of a place a few blocks away, and that's where we headed. There at the restaurant, the waiter informed us that there were no open tables for two and sat us at the "group ...