Apartment Im Opernviertel

Zauritzweg 16-18, Berlin, 10585, Germany | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... though she won’t speak to him, he is captivated by her beauty and leads her away to his castle. From the lake, the voices of Vodník and the other water nymphs are heard, mourning the loss of Rusalka. Act II At the prince’s castle, the gamekeeper and the kitchen boy talk about the approaching wedding of the prince and his strange new bride, whose name nobody knows. The prince enters with Rusalka. He wonders why she is so cold toward him but remains determined to win ...

Berlin, Prague, travel to Krakow

A travel blog entry by robyn4215


... until we crossed the Border into Poland. There was a lovely lady from Canberra, Margaret in the seat next to us, and she made comment " I think this may be a little bit of a concern", when the train started moving roughly in what appeared to be a forward and back motion on the tracks. Margaret is in fact a long term member our national board for domestic and commercial train travel within Australia, and I guess Jeff and I were watching her knitting ...

Predeparture Entry: A tribute to the loved ones!

A travel blog entry by vico.ca


... later on...

To say I am not sad about leaving Germany right now would be a lie. During the last four years I have once again learned to love this country, I have fallen for the unique filthy-vulgar-hippster-cool-yet-charmin g atmosphere of Berlin... I have found a couple of amazing friends who have supported me through some hard and tough times and given me the needed kick up the bum when I was behaving like a little drama queen again. Or when I was being ...

So much to see, so little time

A travel blog entry by jordy884


... where one of the largest book burnings occurred during WWII, where there is now a monument of a room with empty shelves that is to represent how the past can not be changed, but you can learn from it.....it's deep, but when you see it it just makes sense. We continued our walk along Unter den Linden Street, walking past the opera house, the memorial to the fallen solders, the most beautiful looking church, as well as both the old and ...


A travel blog entry by andy40le43


... and the Berliner specialty Pork Knuckle (and yes, Le eats it all). We wished we had found this place on day one. Its quaint and traditional and yummy with a roaring open fire. And when we leave to walk home it looks like snow. And dump overnight it does. Yay schnee! And it continues out the window of our cab on the way to the airport. We fly out of Berlin-Tegel for London at 11:00. We might have been a bit harsh on Berliner. So we will come back and give it another go.



This condo, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Aqui Espana, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, and Ajanta Indian Food Store.
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