Pension am Park

Defreggerstrasse 1a, Berlin, 12435, Germany | Hotel
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Where have all the livestock gone, gone faraway

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... was, we gave him the rental contract and looked in the glove box. Deep inside there was a gray book that I assume was the registration papers for the car. Then we were done. The rental place is near Stattmitte Ubahn stop, so we bought a ticket and when on back to the hotel. The process was complete and next up was dinner.
The front desk people after mentioning a couple of dinner choices we had already been to, suggested the Alt Berliner on ...

Berlin, Germany!

A travel blog entry by stazz


... bar! But before that we got Kebabs for dinner!! So good!! What is neat about this place is you only pay 2 euro to get in and you can have as many glasses of wine as you want and you only pay what you want or think it is worth!! Isn't that awesome?! Of course i stuck to the reds! I can never turn down wine! Especially since it is at the price you think it's worth! Once we got back i headed to bed!! Long day for me!! I needed the rest!

Berlin, Day 1

A travel blog entry by opollak


We arrived in Berlin in the late afternoon on Tuesday, June 25, but after a 7-hour flight from JFK to Frankfurt and a 1.5-hour connecting flight from Frankfurt to Berlin, we were exhausted. We checked into our hotel in the Spittelmarkt neighborhood of Berlin and crashed for a quick nap before venturing out on foot in search of a hearty German meal. We walked about 15 minutes to Gendarmenmarkt Square, a quaint square bordered by the Konzerthaus (a concert hall) ...

History Over-load.

A travel blog entry by gouldfish


... and its history was shocking. It had been the site of a few war-time struggles. Firstly, the building itself was funded by wartime reparation money from France, and the bronze letters that said 'To the German People' were actually made by the material taken from the seized French cannons. In 1933 there was a fire that destroyed a lot of the building. The communists were blamed, which added power to Hitler's party which was coming to power. When the Soviet's ...

New Years Day

A travel blog entry by penguinchris


... right. Closed on Tuesdays. Never mind. We’d soon find somewhere else and at least we had Ephraim’s to look forward to later (we’d walked past earlier and confirmed that they were open).

Somewhere else proved harder to find than we’d expected, possibly because we were in an area of Berlin that is more attuned to business than tourism ad there wasn’t much business being transacted on New Year’s Day. We walked ...


This hotel, located in the Treptow-Köpenick area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, The Badeschiff, Sunday Market at Boxhagener Platz, and Glienicke bridge.
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