Bernhard Hotel

Bernhardstrasse 9, Berlin, 10715, Germany | Hotel
Prices starting from $66.00

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Exploring Berlin

A travel blog entry by caylameinert


... weather, it was hard to see everything I wanted to. I got to see part of the Berlin Wall and do some shopping, however I felt like I spent the majority of the day trying to figure out the public transportation and/or getting lost in the city. In an attempt to ride on the tram to Postdam Platz (a shopping/tourist area in Berlin), my friend and I got lost and rode the tram for over 45 minutes, ending up in Postdam... the city outside of Berlin... Making ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... population. Dvorak’s greatest musical success was achieved by the world premier of his New World Symphony in Carnegie Hall on December 3, 1893. Dvorak's Family Background: Dvorak’s father, Frantisek was a butcher and an innkeeper. He played the zither for fun and entertainment, but later played it professionally. His mother, Anna, came from Uhy. Antonin Dvorak was the oldest of eight children. Childhood Years: In 1847, Dvorak began taking voice and violin lessons ...


A travel blog entry by makkah


... no fried bread, as for me not being a breakfast sort I stuck with juice coffee and little toast spread with cheese. After breakfast it was back to the room to rug up again in the winter woollies to go exploring, to find out just where I was and what was on offer, exerting by the side door past Burger King I found myself in a huge plaza. There were hundreds of street performers, some good some bad and all bloody noisy, ok maybe hundreds was an a little over the top but there ...

Berlin Day 1 - 3

A travel blog entry by susiemayeurope


... our Welcome Card for Berlin and we have started the tourist destinations, The Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, a couple of the museums, the Riechstag Government House where the Jews were blamed for the fire there, they broke a window in every Jewish Building & it is called The Night of Glass, it proved later that the Germans lit the fire themselves. Spent sometime doing a river cruise when it finished the roads had been blocked due to a protest, we walked a ...

Quiz Night

A travel blog entry by budz888


... a Turkish take-away shop having a game of cards. Not really possible in Hobart because it's always so windy. But what do we have here? Fags, beer and cards... what more could you ask for? Presumably they'll be asking for health in a few years time. I had to change trains here just about every time I went anywhere. So I've posted a pic of the station name. Looks more like the ...


This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kathe Kollwitz Museum, Berggruen Collection (Sammlung Berggruen), Schoneberg Rathaus, and Schöneberg.
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