Berliner Hof Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... various mice and an adorable creature that looked like a cross between a kangaroo and a jackrabbit called a spring hare.
We also visited the giraffes (there were three), camels and the primate house. It was getting late! Already we had spent more time at this zoo than the Washington D.C. Zoo, and we still had to see the aquarium. The park closed at 6:00, so we sort of hustled through the aquarium, but enjoyed their many tanks ...
... a wonderful few days exploring the North Eastern part of England, the time finally came to say goodbye to Denny and Candy and make our way to the tube station to meet my parents. This was an incredibly bittersweet time for Bree and I because while we were excited to continue on with our travels and meet up with my parents, it was hard to say goodbye after such a wonderful time with her parents. From our trip through Portugal and Spain to the wedding weekend and our ...
... a nice stroll through a nearby park, we visited some memorials to the less-famous victims of the Holocaust - the Roma peoples and people who had disabilities. From there it was a short walk to Checkpoint Charlie, which is an exact replica of the famous US Army checkpoint. We paid two Euro at a nearby photobooth and got some black and white pics taken, but but some punk had graffitied across the camera lens, so that our faces in the photos were covered in a ...
... man's wheelchair has been adorned with paint. Some see it as a destructive act but others see it as art. Some are very creative artists. See for yourself.
... three houses we were passing. It went something like this. “And on the left hand side are three houses. The first has a sculpture of a horse's head over the front door, the second has (can’t remember) on its gable, and the third has a windvane on top of its gable.” That’s true. The most interesting part of the cruise was the water view we had of a large number of typical Dutch barges. Most of them restored and converted into student accommodation. Great fish ...