Hotel Residenz Berlin
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... had a great time.
Mostly, I just took pictures of the painted bears, ate cake, and spoke very bad German with a 16-month-old. It was awesome. :)
Oh, and that TV tower. It's everywhere!
YARN REPORT: No yarn in Berlin. That really wasn't the point of this part of the trip.
The next church was St. Nicholas, the oldest church in Berlin. To be honest we hadn't really planned visiting a bunch of churches this morning but since it was below freezing we took any chance we could to go inside a building. When we stepped into the church we saw that it was more a museum than a church, and it looked like we had to pay. At this point we were ok with paying for heat, so we went with it. It was definitely a steep price ...
... TierGarten, Berlin's version of Central Park. One end faces the Brandenburg Gate. We got close enough to be by the first huge TV screen while still being able to see the stage (barely) and the release of the balloons. At 7 pm, they released the white balloons that lined the 15 KM of the wall in Berlin. It was a sight to see. And there were concerts. It was led off by Peter Gabriel singing David Bowie's "Heroes." It's one of my favorite songs and I had no ...
... stop in the entire trip. It did not disappoint, and I didn't trip once so I think that means the bridge liked me back!!! Here are some random Czech facts for ya: -Pilsner was created in Czech -Beer ambulance exist here that brings beer in emergency situations :p, they usually take 15 minutes to bring it - The city is 500 sq meters is size -1.2 mill population -Franz Kafka Lived Here (I was in his house!!) And that's all ...
... meaning and experience is left to you to decipher. It may seem hypocritical to enjoy this symbolism while rejecting that of the Berlin Wall, but at least this one challenged you to engage with it.
The walk took us through some pleasing areas filled with epic monuments and historically significant locations. At the end we tipped the guide and I marched back to the hostel. Where I got to do something I actually enjoyed; hanging out with the Canadians. ...