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Last Thursday, March 19th I began my Spring Break adventure across western Europe. I arrived in Berlin, our first stop, around 11:30 am and immediately began touring. Berlin is a very different city than Munich. In Berlin, it is more modern. It is where a lot of young Germans go to university so it is not as traditional as Bavaria, but it does still have a lot of history. On the tour we saw the traditional Humboldt University, which is where in ...
... said that they were helping the bee population because all of God's creatures, not just humans, need to be protected and loved. Christians can be environmentalists too!
We decided it was time for lunch and went to the closest warm looking restaurant we saw. It was a nice looking Mexican restaurant, and luckily the food was delicious. After some chips and salsa I had some vegetarian tacos (although I would not really call them tacos, they ...
... hotel called The Hansom Cab. The place was pretty quiet which suited us just fine and we found a great table in the back corner to get caught up on stories from our travels and learn the comings and goings back in Portland. Dinner was great, can’t go wrong with fish and chips, sheppard’s pie or a pub burger and of course we had the chance to sample a local pint. We were all pretty tired after our travels so we decided to call it a night after dinner and meet up ...
... for freedom, but sadly most of it appears to be covered in graffiti. Especially the painting of Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker kissing (see picture), which seems to be constantly needing to be restored.
I strolled along the section of wall admiring the paintings amongst the other tourists. It's actually quite a nice area to walk around as it's situated along the river front with big grassy areas and several restaurants and food stalls ...
... as objects smuggled to the West by refugees. The exhibit was in both German and English, which leads me to believe that it is intended mostly for international tourists-- it gave a pretty introductory overview to Germany's divided history. One really interesting thing, though, was the preserved booths that visitors would enter to have their passports stamped by East German border ...