Pension Elefant

Welserstrasse 27 , Berlin, 10777 , Germany | B&B
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Day 69: A European Christmas this year

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... is alright but full of weird people. I hope that most will check out tomorrow. We are in an 8 bed dorm. It is almost full. We are on different bunks... People always take the open bottom beds like the top beds are cursed or something. I really don't like when someone else moves me around during the night. I am sleeping on the top bunk over a passed out man who could be Santa Claus' double. I hope he continues to just sleep through the night.

We made dinner down ...

Zee Germans!!

A travel blog entry by stazz

... decided to find a place to eat dinner....since i didn't care to walk somewhere and i wanted it cheap, i just got some noodles out of the vending machine here. ha. I know, great meal. It was delicious. Finally happy hour hits and i order a 1 euro Beliner beer. Pretty good. Easy to drink. Brendan from England sat next to me and we got to talking. Soon after that Matthew from Tasmania and Nick from Seattle ...

Thoughts on Berlin.....

A travel blog entry by hittingeurope

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... worse fate that those across the wall. Many tried to cross the divide, and many failed; those that failed nearly always ended up dead. Since the fall of the wall in 1989 and the unification of Germany the year after, things have only been going up for Berlin. The copious amount of free attraction and museums in Berlin screamed to me "come and see our new, forwards thinking, free city". We visited the Reichstag, the seat of German parliament, yesterday and the audio guide we received ...

History Over-load.

A travel blog entry by gouldfish

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... few bikes and set out to see the Charlottenburg Palace and grounds - which was way too far of a walk, and our feet already hated us. The massive building was originally built for the summer residence for the wife of Frederick III (living the life, eh?). The park was absolutely gorgeous, and we spent a long time just biking around and taking in all the statues, rivers, and interesting plants. I took a lot of pictures and enjoyed just sitting on a park bench and relaxing ...

Battle of Berlin

A travel blog entry by blink0

... at exactly midnight, the dreaded assault begins. In the instant the new day begins, the whole city spasms and everywhere you look, thousands of objects go up in the sky, leaving a trace of light and smoke. The explosions that they cause, some 15 meters above the city's skyline, paint the sky with innumerous colours and shapes. Some are white and resemble a fire rain over the unprotected citizens, some others cause a chain of ...

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This B&B, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Europa-Center, and The Porcupine (Die Stachelschweine).
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