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Travel Blogs from Berlin
We did a lot more sightseeing in Berlin than anywhere else we've been to. Its a very beautiful city full of trees.
... 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 ...
... zoo animals and vice versa. It’s the craziest thing I have ever seen, really! The official animal of the city of Jihlava is the hedgehog, which is another bonus point for the city as hedgehogs are also very cute. They even have a beer with a hedgehog on the label. For anyone with hoppy-tendencies, the Czech Republic has more breweries than per capita than most countries on earth (with Germany perhaps being a notable exception).
From Jihlava ...
... the sunny afternoons--also where I found a piece of the Berlin wall. I've uploaded a couple pictures and videos from there. There you can see I stumbled upon a Zumba dance party, beatboxer, and band (composed of rapper, trumpet player, and dj), such a fun place!
In Berlin apparently it's normal to arrive at the club at 10am on a Sunday, and party all day long. I guess it sort of makes sense, ...
... cathedral in the city.
- The former Congress Hall, now the House of World Cultures; it is nicknamed "the pregnant oyster" Berliners because of its unique roof shape. I instantly thought of Calgary's Saddledome (which by the way, has never reminded ME of a pregnant oyster!)
- The Reichstag Dome ... rebuilt in glass to symbolize the re-unification, now provides visitors with a degree view of the city, as well as a view down ...