1618 Herberge Berlin
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews 1618 Herberge Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... watch and said "something is not right, we should be on the flight right now" so we both ran to another gate (closest to where we were sitting) and found the first staff person we could. We showed him our tickets and he told us we should have boarded the plane 20 MINUTES AGO, and that he had been calling our names over the intercom for 10 mins! He got on a radio and had a short conversation with the staff outside. Apparently the flight ...
... for a further 10 minutes desparately hoping it would magically tell us what we needed to do!
Another 5 minutes later and with the most expensive ticket option in hand (just to be safe...), we got on the bus and hoped for the best...!
After a panicked conversation of how we were going to manage to squeeze off the bus with out monster sized rucksacks (as the bus was painfully full), some random and very helpful German guy decided to step in and ...
... for us to go, luckily the trains were running again so we jumped on a near frozen carriage and made our way to the airport.
All was running smoothly until we got to passport control when we found out that the Croatians had stamped us 2 months in advance, after a bit of discussion and some explanation as to where we had been we got stamped and made our way to boarding. I was a case of going back to the future.
All aboard and we were off as London was ...
We reached a chairlift and jumped aboard to get a lift the remaining distance to the track. We spent an hour watching the dry runs of some lugers and young kids in a sled.
On our return down the mountain we noticed our cable car conveniently passed over a golf course. What better target practice than ...
... this museum lies is where only 70 years ago people were brutally tortured and forced to give up information of their loved ones. Hitler used the term "protective custody" for the millions of people he sent to interrogation and concentration camps. This way civilians thought these people were being looked after when in reality they were being tortured and killed. This is just one of the many lies and forms of propaganda used to ensure followers of Hitler would remain as such. ...