Gaestehaus Berlin Mitte

Address: Habersaathstr.42, Berlin, 10115, Germany | 2 star b&b
 
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      Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... in color, and we took off. (Norma and I had lunch with Rosalind, her daughter and fiancÚ in Vancouver on our way home from Alaska two summers ago.)

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      ART CULTURE POLITICS ILOVETHISCITY----

      A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on Jun 18, 2014

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      ... 70s. Capoeira dancing, dreads, peace and love. So when am I moving to Germany? ? ? Also east Germany is the more left wing part, very anti-capitalistic, so a lot of the signs were referring to politics. Truly, the highlight of my trip thus far, something I will carry with me for the rest of my life, I think.

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      Prague continued and big Berlin

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... very busy, but it does have an interesting feel and attitude about it that I like. The next day I did a tour of Sachsenhausen concentration camp. It wasn't as well preserved as Dachau and I was part of a very large group, but the guide was very knowledgeable and I have very much enjoyed the history of these places. It's very different to be in a place see where atrocities were performed than to hear about them in a classroom. On the tour I met 2 Aussie girls who were staying at the ...

      Day 195: the joys of applying for a visa

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 31, 2014

      ... was unable to do this because the online form had to first be filled out. 'But the website doesn't work. It keeps directing me to the homepage and not the application. And then sometimes it crashes all together.' I began Then to my confusion she replied 'Well that's not our problem.' Huh? ' you have to contact the India embassy for that' ' and what are you?.' ' we are the company contracted to process visa applications for the embassy' Oh my goodness. This I said to myself. ...

      New Years Eve- Jewish Museum- shopping

      A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 31, 2013

      ... to the tram station and the firecrackers were going off in all directions. There were so many beer bottles and the rubbish levy from thefirecrackers  was amazing. What a mess and it really dud look like a war zone.  We walked past brightly lit buildings ( took a few photos) and then headed for the trains which were so packed with people. We stuck together and headed ack home. The tram bus was also an experience. It ...