Pension Haus Bielke
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- Shuttle bus service
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... and put our names on the list for the tour before setting off for the day.
We then headed down the main road. Our hostel is right next to the Fernsehturm so we are very central. Our goal today was to make our way to Check Point Charlie before heading to the East Side Gallery, there are a few other notable things we would stop at along the way too.
As we walked down the main road we got to the Lustgarten this is a beautiful park that has quite an interesting history ...
... needs to say. West Berliners were lucky enough to remain part of West Germany, but many had loved ones stuck in East Berlin, and attempted rescue missions to cross the checkpoints. It was an interesting starting point for our history lesson in Berlin. One part of history that was still fresh in our memories was the Holocaust, to which Berlin has created a memorial to the murdered Jews. We visited and again read of atrocities and tradgic stories. Walls were lined ...
... Berlin, but the nightlife was still pretty good. Lots of big clubs that play German trance and the people are generally very friendly. One night we attempted the popular "anti-pubcrawl" tour - to see the bars of Berlin without any drunken loud behavior. However, us and some Kiwi friends only made it two bars in and ended up having more fun playing with fireworks.
We checked out a ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">All in all a great place to start our Germany adventure, the surroundings were also full of very interesting places - we have by no means seen it all, but this is a good excuse to come back and besides, who doesn't love Ampelmann...!
... but also lots of loser young dirty hobos lying around too. It kind of felt like the German version of the Haight. I saw a lot of different parts of what remains of the Berlin wall. Yet again more devastating and unfathomable history to take in. Mostly this time it was about what East Germans did to escape to the west. And the slow progression of the city being divided and then over time the wall was built. People thought the division wouldn't last, so ...