Hotel-Pension Trautenau

Trautenaustrasse 14, Berlin, 10717, Germany | Hotel
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1 backpack, 3 cities, 6 days!

A travel blog entry by leleeucf

... to a medieval restaurant were there was a medieval Czech band rocking out, and I absolutely loved Czech food and beer! and the coffee there was BY FAR the best I've had yet! So overall it was really great and I don't regret at all going to Brno!

Prague: was my first couchsurfing experience, I arrived Wednesday afternoon and Jonas was waiting for me at the bus station, he had only moved to Prague two weeks ago and only been in his current apartment for ...

Day 33 Berlin

A travel blog entry by rachelandnick


... back to the coach. When we returned back to the hotel with dinner eaten but knew we had to eat again due to how early it was. There was a small group which stayed in and didn't go on the eye spy pub crawl tour and we all decided to go to the store across the road and get cheap food. Here we got salads, olives and food for the bus trip to Amsterdam. We got home and had a bottle of wine and finished packing, a really good night with a small group of ...

Day 7 - More Berlin

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... get your passport stamped all the different authorities from that period. Next to Hitlers Bunker. There's nothing to see there not but some information on his time in it and it's size and what it had inside. (Weird, same place Hitler stood, feeling)

After that we headed down Wilhemstrasse to a Topography of Terror. It's a small remaining section of the Berlin wall which is over some derelict torture rooms used by the nazis. There's a whole wealth ...

A City of Museums

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... room containing the Pergamon Alter with a huge frieze depicting a battle between Gods and Giants from the 2nd century. All I can say is you must see it if in Berlin. Once outside we decide we have time to see the interior of the Berlin Cathedral that I had admired yesterday and it does not disappoint. After the interior Alwin and Al are off to see the basement Crypt while I rest (as it is all in German). Our day of culture is not yet over as now we are heading ...


A travel blog entry by sophieharmos


... piece by piece as I remembered the image, so the two or three times I used it I just got mystified stares. Luckily most people spoke at least a bit of English.

I had embarrassingly little/no knowledge of the history of Berlin before I arrived, and was really fascinated with the events surrounding the separation of Berlin, the wall and its eventual collapse. The irony of going from a country celebrating a new wall to a country ...


This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, and La Vie en Rose.
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