On the way out of Berlin we stopped at the East Side Gallery.
This is the longest section of intact wall and is entirely covered in commissioned art. The wall is notorious for graffiti, but this section was each done by an artist invited to paint one part each.
From there we drove a few hours and then stopped in Dresden for lunch. I was really looking forward to this stop.
Dresden was practically flattened in WWII and almost all the buildings were destroyed.
It has since been painstakingly rebuilt from most of the original stones and statues. It was lively and welcoming.
We didn’t have too much time, but Just enough to grab a brat and a pretzel.
And then we were back on the bus!
Next stop: Prague!