Comfort Hotel Auberge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... no bridge!
After a great lunch in a little Italian Restaurant, with some Aussies that we met at HUBB-UK, it was time to head south to Crailsheim to visit some other friends, Tobi & Christine, and see how much Lena has grown since Christmas last year.
And boy! Has she grown!! She is now walking & talking and turning the charm on like a trooper!
But I digress. Whilst driving south, we took the B9, which is the ...
... which was actually okay :).
On my last day I went back to the Berlin Wall Memorial and went through the Topographie Des Terrors (Topography of Terror). I wandered along the main streets of Unter den Linden, Wilhelmstrasse and Friedrichstrasse, just taking in the area. As I wandered along I noted the double row of bricks in the footpath and road which signified where the Wall had been. I sat next to ...
On Monday it was snowing quite heavily as we headed off to the Bauhaus museum. The building had been designed by Walter Gropius in the 1960s, a former director of the Bauhaus. The museum also serves as a research centre for Bauhaus studies. The museum collection covers all aspects of the Bauhaus which included weaving, interior design and furniture, and architecture. One of the most poignant displays was a model, drawings and photos of the ...
... the left is a bathtub! At the front door! Underneath are black and white tiles and close by is a basins over the other side is a coat rack and a massive painting. So essentially you walk into the bathroom, but it's not like a traditional bathroom. It's actually really cool. Don't worry the toilet is separate! All of the rooms are so unique and so funky. I have never seen anything like it before. They really are comfortable however, and the architect has a gift for using the ...
... the home of the German parliament at 5pm so after leaving around 11am we still had time to see some of the key sights I wanted to knock out. It was no great surprise that only Gem, Fi and I ventured out to see the sights with the other planning to meet us at the Bundestag later on. We started out with a section of wall near our hostel called Bernauer Strabe. It was a section of the wall where a lot of East Berliners jumped from their houses to reach the west. It was a ...