Pension Ariane

Address: Niebuhrstrasse 76, Berlin, 10629, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Story of Berlin, Savignyplatz, and Aqui Espana.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

A rollercoaster of a day...

A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on May 30, 2015

13 photos

... are completely different, and brings about emotions which otherwise would not be experienced! It has certainly been an eye opener, but something I would thoroughly recommend and advise everyone to try and do at some point, because although I believe we shouldn't live in the past, aknowledging it and seeing it has helped me to realise how fortunate we are to be living in the world and place we are in now, though it has its hardships, and challenges, we ...

Cute kids, early sunsets, and cool street art

A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Jan 13, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... Em's head, and was made almost real by the smoky interior of the bar. Our remembrances and secrets and bird jokes were punctuated by minion laughter from the other room, and no one complained that we stayed so long and only nursed one beer between us. In our entire time there, only one other couple came into the bar at all, and they stayed in the back room while we kept one of the front rooms to ourselves. One of the benefits of going out on a Sunday night when the city ...

The Aftermath Makes a Difference

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... cities did - yet Berlin's role was exceptional. Munich may have been the party's birthplace, Nuremberg may have been its endorsement, but Berlin was its capitol. It was the true home of the Nazi party. All of the symbols of Berlin, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, and various concert halls, museums, and colleges, were now also symbols of National Socialism. Because National Socialism had sunk its roots throughout the world, ...

I hate train travel

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 15, 2014


... the countries go by. And did I mention I would have preferred to fly?

Seeing we had so much luggage, Terry made a last minute decision to leave our suit bag behind. It was full of thermals, coats, gloves, beanies, incidentally none of which were mine. We wouldn't have had much use for them in Brisbane.

Nonetheless, we did enjoy hurtling through the green countryside, through Hagen, Hamm, Köhn, Hanover, Wolfsburg to Berlin. We had a hair raising taxi ride ...

And so begins 3 weeks of not knowing the language

A travel blog entry by kmscrc on Mar 22, 2014

The subtitle of this is Ciana is no longer the navigator.
We arrived in beautiful Berlin around supper time. The airport has a great system for when you get off the plane. As soon as you are off the jetway the passport control agents are right there to check you out. Once you clear them, you are right at the baggage carousel. Pick up your bags, head out the door...voila! We were impressed!
So...yesterday's lesson. Don't trust google maps ...