Brandenburger Hof

Eislebener Strasse 14, Berlin, 10789, Germany | 5 star hotel
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Day 199-200: ice hockey on a frozen lake!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni


... around the place, laughing, trying to do tricks and trying hardest not to fall over. As we made it half way around the lake we were approached by a couple of guys who looked about our age. They asked us if we would like to play a game of hockey with them. Sure thing haha but we are not so good. We will go easy on you. Ok let's do it! So the three of us joined the 4 guys and played a few games of hockey. It was really fun and Paul was surprisingly good at it. Marc too, but he plays ...

Berlin...asian and las vegas

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


... back to Berlin and I spent the time napping, reading and watching the Polish countryside roll by. I am missing my friends, but looking forward to being able to relax at the hotel tonight. One of the other girls Kim from Calgary and I are staying at the hotel together so once we got dropped of and said our goodbyes to those left on the bus, we went exploring around the area and found a Chinese food place. It was a bit of a comedy trying to order when we ...

Liz & Van In Love On Tour

A travel blog entry by johnnybwalker


... explain the term (a poor person without prospects) and as the Pfeffe (green schnapps) flow I eventually must explain the term ********d too. Soon I'm explaining the term ****-list, ********, and shitballs, but at least now we're all on my level. My **** level.

"Randy, I've decided to lay off the food for a bit, and go on the booze." ~ Jim Lahey

Apparently the game was first invented by a Brit (named Kicker!) during the 1st World War as a means to ...

Berlin,end of the ride

A travel blog entry by sallyj22


... for hay. Lilli was paranoid about straying into Poland, which we did ,several times! Camped at Mecherin, Stolzenhagen , Neubloyen- where there was a huge thunderstorm overnight. We turned inland to find the Oder Spree canal path, and found it by a very roundabout route! Stopped at a pension as no campsite around-we had the whole house to ourselves, very comfortable. Now in Berlin ...


A travel blog entry by jimnkim_europe


We arrived in Berlin, traversed the buses and Berlin's Underground, found our Hotel, placed our bags in storage and stepped out to see the city. First stop was the City Bus Tour. After a whirlwind stop of all the major tourist attractions, and a history lesson along the way, we came back to the Hotel and checked in.

We then caught the bus ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, The Porcupine (Die Stachelschweine), and Brando 4.
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