Pension Michael

Oderberger Strasse 27, Berlin, 10435, Germany | Hotel
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Hey Honey, It Was Paradise

A travel blog entry by roxyhart

... normal;">Finally made it to my hostel, absolutely ravished with hunger, mind you. Ordered myself a snack and pulled out my laptop to play a bit of catch up. And of course, as fate would have it, I got a response from the one job I was really keen on in Munich wanting to meet with me. Screw you universe. After I wrote a quick reply explaining the situation and requesting (ever so apologetically and politely) that she forward the application to the Berlin ...

Nuremberg & Berlin: Nazi’s & the Future is N

A travel blog entry by travellingross


... of Oktoberfest and that Prosting song were fading, and I was reinvigorated by this vibrant city where I read a quote saying that Berliners recognise the future is now. They are defining their future today after a horrible history. And it is true. Berlin is at times like art vomited over the city, but a vibrant place where the young seem to hold the power and you feel a positive buzz in every store, cafe and street.

Friday 11 October was my last full day in Berlin/Germany ...

First Day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by budz888


My first task was to scout the surrounding side streets for pubs and German food. There are restaurants absolutely everywhere but mostly Italian. Not that that's necessarily bad but this is Germany. Not that I'm sure there are enough different German dishes that would keep me going more than a few days. This is what a really ordinary street looks like. Though it's a bit more usual to have a few tables and ...

Abstinent in Amsterdam and Bomb-free in Berlin

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... around and found a park, which initially looked a bit scary as there were a few characters around, however they turned out to be harmless. We enjoyed a drink in the beer garden and soaked in a bit of the nice weather. We then walked back across the bridge and got to the East Side Gallery which is the longest part of the Berlin Wall that is still standing. The wall has many murals on it, as well as a bit of graffiti unfortunately, but it was very interesting to see. After ...

Third time lucky!

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... it is incredible at bringing people together).

The Carnival of Cultures (at Hallesche Tor) is basically like a small festival in the UK, but perhaps even more diverse and certainly more relaxed. The food on offer was incredible (I had the best jerk chicken I have ever tasted) and had us salivating over each circuit of the site; open stages were everywhere playing pretty much every type of music you can think of and the atmosphere was great. Pretty soon we realised ...


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