Q! Casa Hotel Berlin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... through to the former West Berlin, and she said yes. Near the Brandenburg Gate there is a permanent marking on the road where the wall stood, a double row of bricks built into the street. We stepped on them as we crossed over; I felt that traffic should have stopped to let us linger and feel the history of this place, if only for a little while.
It rains in Berlin in the springtime, and the weather is ...
... pub that had over 400 beers available to try but quickly opted for the house sample tray rather than get lost in all of the crazy varieties of Belgian beers. It was really interesting since they gave us a nice assortment of light, dark, wheat and a fruit beer as well. Not quite satisfied that we had experienced all that Belgian brews had to offer we also stopped at a little shop that was attached to a local brewery and a very nice guy who worked there walked us through ...
... for the first time and laid by the river enjoying the serenity. The campsite was beautiful, but it was interesting trying to find someone who spoke English.
Berlin was the first real struggle that we have encountered. Neither of us had been too impressed by anything there, however we were both happy to have seen it and checked it off our lists. The wall had some amazing art and it was interesting to hear about the history of the place, even though ...
... at a hospital. He was born in Germany though and lived here till he was twelve. He's a bit awkward but really nice and funny and we had a good time with him, although he was really obviously trying to flirt with Lia. He ended up coming to our apartment for more drinks and dinner (pasta with vegetable sauce) around 10pm. After that I walked him to the station then returned home, had some more drinks and then went to bed. I love you, ...
... sad. The Berlin Wall went up in 1961 creating two countries and completely cut off East and West Berlin. It was made of 45,000 sections of concrete nearly 90 miles long, 12 feet high, with a second, parallel wall farther into East Germany - the gap between was known as The Death Strip.
Guard towers went up, guns were normal, families were divided. Those in the West could go East, but those in the East were trapped. The S ...