BEST WESTERN Hotel Berlin-Mitte

Address: Albrechtstrasse 25/Ecke Reinhardtstrasse, Berlin, 10117, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf area of Berlin, is near Parliament Building (Reichstag), Tacheles, Cafe Einstein, and Berliner Ensemble.
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      A travel blog entry by kevandm on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... We had a few drinks at the end of the cruise
      at a nice bar overlooking the river. Pina
      Colada’s was the girl’s choice while the boys had good German draught beer. We staggered home about 4.30 pm via the
      supermarket for our cold meat and salad.
      Incidentally, our drinks bill was as much as three night food but we
      thoroughly enjoyed giving Berlin a good farewell. Tomorrow we are off to Munich.


      Reunited with my German

      A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

      31 photos

      ... wings, sausages and lots of salad, while introducing Izzy to the infamous Eurotrip.

      Balloons and Benji- Wednesday 16th July

      Our last full day in Berlin…..
      Isabell had been an amazing tour guide and interpreter….showing us all around her home city and really made us feel like home. But she had one last surprise for us! We drove into the city one again and stopped at a massive balloon. She had booked us tickets to ride ...

      Understanding Berlin

      A travel blog entry by amcostin on Jun 02, 2014

      18 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Remembering the past and looking forward

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Aug 29, 2013

      47 photos

      ... the DDR Museum displays everyday life in the former East Berlin.

      The Reichstag building, where government presides, provided a highlight of my visit: I climbed the spiralling ramp to the top of the dome, viewing 360 degrees of Berlin. It’s a masterful bit of architecture, with a roof terrace and café, tons of glass, a rotating shade and a heat-recovery system.

      There are seven symphony orchestras in Berlin. I witnessed the ...

      A Medieavil Experience

      A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Aug 11, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Hill’ but about 700 years earlier.

      The village is set in beautiful natural surroundings, encircled by a timber palisade; all the construction materials and methods are accurate to the time and give a really good understanding of the level of technology they employed to make their lives and society ...