Pension Odin

Roelckestraße 167, Berlin, 13086, Germany | Hotel
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Great Morning and A Few Problems in the Afternoon

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

... since we got married. Some were given to us, most we bought on our own. They are cute little figurines and have been made by the Goebel Company since the 1930s. The figurines are almost all children and based on the drawings of a nun from the south of Germany by the name of Sister Maria Innocetta Hummel. She only lived to be 36 and died of tuberculosis. The Goebel Company founder saw her drawings once and mentioned they would make ...

Taking off

A travel blog entry by orimono


... took it as an excuse to book a flight. So I am on my way twenty years after the fact, without Béa though. Check to see why she could not make it. Ready to explore old and new places. Make new friends and see old ones. Basically my luggage consists of: tons of wooden Montessori material, tempo tissues (do not laugh!), sweets and other products ordered by my good friend Eva. ...


A travel blog entry by e-gill


... around noon. We went to go get lunch from McDonalds, which was what we got each time we were hungover on the trip. On the way back none of us had valid U-Bahn (public transport) tickets and ended up getting a 40 euro fine. Whatever. We went back to the room and slept/relaxed until dinner. After dinner we wandered around Berlin playing what we perviously dubbed the "Left/Right Game". This is where we walk around and choose where we go based on ...


A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... in. So naturally that made it even more tempting to sneak in. The grounds of the park are deserted (I only ran in to a couple of Irish lads while I was there). The grass is all overgrown, the windows of buildings smashed and the ponds and lakes covered in a thick layer of green algae. Then there's the centrepiece of the park - a huge, rusted ferris wheel, creaking and slowly moving back and forth.

Tempelhof Park is also sweet. It used to be ...

A City with a Bloody Past

A travel blog entry by lesliel


... the remnants of the Berlin Wall as well. We then went to our last stop, which was Checkpoint Charlie. For a history review, West Berlin was occupied by the allied forces post World War Two and the east by the Soviets. There the soviets suffocated the people with communist ideologies trapping them from escaping to the west. That is why the wall was created. Checkpoint Charlie was the only open gate between the divided areas. The original gate remains ...


This hotel, located in the Pankow area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Prenzlauer Berg, KulturBrauerei, and Kollwitzplatz.
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