Pension Chic & Cheap

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

Germany and Austria...Currie style

A travel blog entry by sallycurrie on May 24, 2014

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... just say that Toby enjoyed the non-existent speed limits and I did not.

From the big cities to the small, Germany and Austria definitely left us with some great memories. We learned about the construction of the Berlin wall that divided a city for almost 30 years, saw a bear who lives in the middle of a Berlin park, watched the end of the Berlin marathon, admired surfers on a river in Munich, rode the highest flying swing in the world in Vienna, toured the Sound ...


A travel blog entry by stephjames on Sep 02, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... with tomato ketchup and curry powder all over it. Pretty odd. Luke enjoyed it! We then took a wander around a Tiergarten which is a massive park in the middle of the city and got extremely lost. I think we were walking in circles for a little while, but Luke refused to stop and ask for directions (typical male). We eventually made our way to a church that got bombed in the war. But we could only see the very top of it because they are doing work on ...

The European Adventure continues

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 29, 2013

7 comments, 19 photos

... was meticulously restored to its former glory and it is a grand building once again. The Brandenburg Gate, the Humbolt ...

Beginning of Berlin!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989 on Jul 12, 2013

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... is when you walk into the memorial it was suppose to represent the holocaust. It was mean to be progressively overwhelming and then while in the middle you have all these walls towering over you and makes you feel oppressed but it gradually happens and it is really weird! It also is nearly impossible not to lose who you were with which was what the Jews went through. I found it to be a much more tangible experience than just reading a plaque! It also has a special ...

Bumpin Berlin Bass

A travel blog entry by mikepsilve on May 16, 2013

... German so maybe it wasn't. We got a drink and talked with the kids who we were with. A little after midnight we went back to the club entrance. Rick, Dani, one kid we met named Marcos and I got in. The bouncer asked how many in our group. We said 8 but the bouncer said no because we only had one girl. The bouncer said we could get in if we split up, so we decided to to ditch the 4 others guys. They came in an hour later when it was ...