Kushinda Elberfelderstr

Address: Elberfelderstr. 39, Berlin, 10555, Germany | Condo
 
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

American Tourist

A travel blog entry by sburton on Jul 04, 2014

... The train stations was filled with fans, beer, and cheering.

The passenger we met was a young professor from Iowa who was touring Europe for three weeks. We had great conversations and loved hearing about his encounters along the way. We arrived in Berlin after a 4 hour train ride. We found our hotel after several underground trams were ...

Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome on May 06, 2014

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... down below in the Information Centre. The stories of the murdered Jews of Europe were devastatingly and beautifully displayed, and it was the most sobering experience of my life to date. Needing another pick-me-up, always in the form of a snack, I stopped at a Bistro right beside my hostel, and chitchatted with the hilarious Italians while I scarfed down a HUMONGOUS pita-like thing. (I went back for round 2 the next night and one of the old guys told me he loved me, and the ...

Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by ctolle on Jan 31, 2014

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... which is a mystic love-child of a gyro and panini. Although it is of Turkish origins, the Germans have them around and it was delicious. They also have hazelnuts in a majority of their chocolate, have interesting gummy bear flavors, eat pretzels for breakfast, and spaetzle is fantastic. I also had a croissant with nuts sprinkled on top with nutella in the middle, a pastry with cream in the middle, and these really good big ravioli ...

Prenzenlauer Berg

A travel blog entry by llammers on Oct 28, 2013

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... to fly to Rome we think it best that we do a dry run to make sure we know where to go how to buy a ticket and what time do the trains run. the stations seem to have nobody working on them so there is no one to ask we just have to work it out, we do and now feel comfortable about catching the train the next day to Rome. we do a another wonder around the streets I want to find the Kathe Kolwitz Plaza, after much thinking it is this way ...

Dat Contiki! - Day 4 Berlin!

A travel blog entry by monie2310 on Aug 27, 2013

... he had to pay for the water! In Australia you don't have to! People are crazy in Berlin! After that we all left and were joined by Chris in our taxi back to the hotel. We successfully got back to the hotel and saw Seamus and cat out the front really rattled. They had problems with their taxi driver. When they paid him the amount on the meter. He demanded more, so Seamus gave him more but it wasnt enough, the taxi driver got our of the car, walked into the ...