Pension Zimmer des Westens
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Zimmer des Westens Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... Forest cake (sort of) and past statues of what I assume were important German men. We really didn't do much research into Dresden which was kind of nice really. We just wondered through the old town, stopping to see inside a 'heavenly' painted church (seriously it looked exactly like how heaven is portrayed in every book, TV show or movie. Pastel blue, pink and white fluffy clouds. Very nice. We also wondered the palace gardens which we agreed were lovely but ...
... it gave me the chance to learn a little more about post war Germany and what life in the East was like. There is still so much work going on to help bring Dresden back to what it once was, with scaffolds and specialist tradespeople working on many of the buildings; while some of the empty land is finally being cleared and new buildings being erected to help breath life into the city centre. It would be awesome to visit in another 10 years or so just to see how much has changed ...
... of Germany vs. Ghana. As we approached the square where the game was streaming live to a crowd of over 100,000 "football" fans, we kept hearing the cheers for each blocked goal. The game ended in a draw 2-2 but the crowd was still very excited.
After a long day, we made our way back to the hotel and settled into bed around midnight. Looking forward to a good night's sleep and a more restful day tomorrow. Can't wait for Foster's concert tomorrow ...
... I texted the man who's always been able to calm me down for the past six years - an old high school teacher who became a dear friend of mine, He also happened to be the one who helped me plan out my trip (we drew out a poor map of Europe on a piece of paper over dinner one night and scribbled lines...still the most helpful guide I have.) After explaining my anxiety, he simply said, "This too shall pass."
And it did.
After the ...
... tour guides for both tours were awesome dudes, one young Irishman and the other an older huge beer gut having Scotsman. Both extremely knowledgeable and excellent entertainers.
We visited the German Parliament Building that had gone through a huge renovation and modification. A massive dome was placed on the top of the building to symbolize that the common people walk on top of the heads of German politicians as they ascend the dome ...