Pension Chic & Cheap

Address: Pascalstrasse 2, Berlin, 10587, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Ajanta Indian Food Store, and AEG Turbine Hall (Turbinenhalle).
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Ich bin ein Berliner!

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 20, 2014

... in Australia and even to 'celebrate' in the upcoming centenary. We chatted about the contrast in Germany, how it's still such a sore point and how the deaths of so many normal men in the German Army is not commemorated outside of local cemeteries in Germany, with many tens of thousands of their bodies still completely unrecovered on the Eastern Front, still lying where they fell. We as the victors take so much for granted, with our Commonwealth War Graves Commission allowed ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by temanu on Aug 28, 2014

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... which was 4th generation. This meant it had steel throughout it and piping on the top. It was built in 1961 by East Berlin to keep the people out of the west. There were actually two walls; an inner and an outer wall Nd there were guard towers approximately every 150m. Each tower had two guards mostly to guard each other and they had to work in temperatures of -30 in the winter and 40 in the summer with no air conditioning or heating. Most of the guards were only 18 to ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

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... very friendly, and the music team was fantastic, and it was cool seeing all the songs with alternate German lyrics, one of the songs was even sung in German too which was especially cool. The pastor was a mega talker though, and took a really long time to make his points which got a bit frustrating. As it was summer they were a bit more relaxed and played a dvd for the sermon of Brian Houston during a session of "Talk Church" where he was talking about important decisions that ...

A tree and a giraffe

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 11, 2014

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We went right into Berlin today and parked near the Brandenburg Gate. This is a big archway that used to be the way into the city when the city was much smaller, a long time ago. Berlin had been divided in two, like Germany was, in 1961. A wall had been built to keep the East Berliners from going into West Berlin. The wall went right past the Gate so no one went through it for 28 years. When the wall came ...

The city with funny traffic lights

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on May 10, 2014

... on which zone you are travelling to, you choose from zone A, AB, etc. you can also get the full day ticket for more flexibility. There is a counter in the airport where you can take a brochure of the transport system and prices which is very useful during the travel. The schedule of the transport system in Germany is so precise that Martin knew exactly when we will arrive. Martin is a very interesting person and very ...