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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... to see the one place I was looking forward to the most in Berlin. The East Side Gallery.
East side gallery is an international memorial for freedom. It is a 1.3 km long section of the Berlin Wall that is covered in 105 paintings from artists all over the world. The paintings are amazing, describing freedom and peace….I could have spent the whole day there. It is crazy to think that in 1961 this wall was built in the dead of the night to keep East Germans ...
... to communicate with. She even helped direct us from the train station to her place by public transport. When we first entered she thought we were a couple, which I thought was hilarious. Her new cat is pretty energetic. It runs around everywhere and has big curious eyes.
I am going to rest some more tonight and explore more tomorrow. We plan to stay for the full week. I've heard a lot of fantastic things about Berlin. Can’t wait 'till tomorrow!
-- Ryan ...
... and get another pin. Bob's your Uncle. We didn't actually stay in Liechtenstein but did stop there and get another pin some other souvenirs and then drove across the border to Feldkirch, Austria and stayed the night at Hotel Baren. We had Chinese for dinner where it is strange hearing German with a Chinese accent.
Next day we drove to Berlin stopping briefly in Weimar so I could see an early Bauhaus house built in the 1920s. It ...
... from what I remember. It seems that the vast majority of wall information is all directed toward the tourist.
Germany as a country has matured and has definitely been raised in status among their EU and bordering states. They have moved away from the guilt they demonstrated through the 50s - 60s - and 70s.
We got on the U Bahn and headed for Potsdamer Platz again to walk under the Brandonburg Gate and on to the Unter der Linden. There were a number of individuals dresses ...
... the the railway lines were these funny little houses, the type that you may find that hobbits lived in. These houses were surrounded with gardens. Veges by the look of things. People from the towns rent these plots so they put their green fingers to the test! Surely, they don't live in these "sheds" when they come to tend to their crops. You couldn't swing a cat in them!
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