B&B Hotel Berlin-Sued Genshagen

Address: Lindenweg 3, Genshagen, Brandenburg, 14974, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lindenweg 3, Genshagen.
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      Berlin Rambles Day 2

      A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Dec 22, 2014

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      ... but with German subtitles. We checked out a bunch of deep and awesome sites, some of which were deeply saddening. Others just gorgeous...Jewish Holocaust Memorial with its amazing stellae, the memorial to European Gypsies, Christmas Markets (watch out for the eggnog it's dangerous!), Brandenburg Gate, Reichdag, various museums the Berlin Sea Life aquarium and Aqua Dom (amazing aquarium lift) - quite a day ...

      Amsterdam to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Sep 21, 2014

      ... seats. Finally, we located our train representative who stated usually you do not have to reserve seats but because this train was smaller there was only one first class cabin and space was limited. We were allowed to sit in any empty seats we could find but if someone came stating it was their seat we might have to move into second class. Luckily we found two open seats with three Australian men, who were quite hilarious to talk ...

      Alternative Berlin - street art and squats

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 28, 2014

      ... open air squat left in Berlin, and Jamin actually lives there! A squat is pretty much free land that you can come and pitch a tent on and live there for free. There are no facilities or running water or anything so you can imagine what the whole place smelt like, ****! And yes Jamin lives in this squat (by choice) but he actually built himself a little cabin that he shares with a roommate and 3 couch surfers. I could not imagine living there but I can ...

      Germany: World Cup Champions!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... it was definitely an intense atmosphere in the bar. Tourist or not, most people in the bar were cheering for Germany and when the Germans scored late, the place erupted. As soon as the match ended, "We are the Champions" blasted in the bar and the party started. We left shortly after to take a subway back to Alexanderplatz (the city centre of Berlin) to see what was going on there. By the time we got off the subway, the streets were flooded with people. ...

      Understanding Berlin

      A travel blog entry by amcostin on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... feeling but hadn't put my finger on it. Apparently Berlin has the infrastructure to cope with tonnes more residents but they have an ageing population and high rate of people leaving for opportunities abroad. Tourism is what keeps Berlin afloat, and with the number of memorials and museums that you can visit, you could probably keep yourself occupied for months! After the tour we headed off for lunch and found a craft beer restaurant to sample the local ...