Haus La Garde

Bergengruenstr. 16, Berlin, 14129, Germany | Hotel
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Berlin Weekend

A travel blog entry by terriedwards


... The teacher that was in the room told me I looked very well for my age. I have to say, teaching the students here in Germany has been one of the greatest experiences; not that teaching my students at home wasn't a great experience. I love teaching both in America and here in Germany. The students here are so precise in their work. If you ask them to draw a line; they use a straight edge. We were in ...


A travel blog entry by heidif


... recommended to us in the Tiergarten which is a huge, beautiful park in Berlin. The beirgarten is full of people enjoying drinks and great food. We choose a cold beet soup, a greek salad to share and a cheese and meat platter for Jim. After enjoying our dinner, we head back to the U-bahn to go visit the Brandenburg Gate. This is a huge gate that was the entry to the city for royalty before the wars. After WWII when there ...

Berlin - a bit intense

A travel blog entry by lozzaine


... A very long day walking in the sun but SO interesting and SO worth it, to see and hear how it was. Our guide was one of the best you could have, knowledgeable and passionate about the subject. We saw the barracks and how cramped it would have been, heard awful stories about how the prisoners were treated, and were amazed at how everything that was going on could have been kept so secret for so long. Finished up with a look at the ...

Time Is A Weird Feeling

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... she told me something that made me start being mildly nicer to him. So he's a bit older than all of us, he's 35 and he's been married and divorced before. And apparently yes, he did like me, because in a strange way, I reminded him of his ex-wife. But the reason they got divorced is because they wanted children and were having problems with that, and he found out it was him and he wasn't able to have children. And apparently it really ruined his relationship and sent him into ...

Easter - Berliner style!

A travel blog entry by mattandchlo


... a single file reading stories and watching movies when we reached them. The house itself is no longer furnished. Otto Frank (Anne’s father) purposely removed everything to make it empty, symbolizing the emptiness felt throughout the Jewish community post WWII. We walked the steps into the annex, through the bedrooms and living areas. You couldn’t help but be moved as you saw some of the people involved recounting what had happened. There was also one of ...


This hotel, located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf area of Berlin, is near Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum), Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), and Schlachtensee.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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