Prinzregent Hotel

47 Prinzregentenstrasse, Berlin, 10715, Germany | Hotel
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Berlin reminds me of Brisbane...

A travel blog entry by zerah

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... off the belief tax, or whatever it's called, because she's not a believer and also thinks its silly. Is this left over from WWII when the Jews had to be registered? I can't say...
Hey, is anyone actually reading this blog? Feel free to ask me questions about cities I've been too, that way I'll have something interesting to write about, otherwise this is just my blathering travel journal..
P.S. Packing up last night, the 1st, and found that my luggage ...

Berlin - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cpeirson

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... 3 surviving pieces of the Berlin Wall which was built in 1961 and torn down in 1989. In the street where the wall once stood is a double-brick line that runs the full 131 miles. During the Cold War, if East Berliners wanted a car there was a 15 year waiting list. We visited Check-Point Charlie where Americans could enter/exit the east and west sides. West of Berlin is the city of Charlottenburg where many middle class families live in single-family homes. As Albert ...

A beer or two in Berlin

A travel blog entry by rich-abb

... consisted of a mega stadium in the shape of a dome, all glass roof which could house 200,000 people. If this did occur and the stadium was full and reached 20degrees it would start raining sweat from the people inside! Where hitler was last seen is now a car park.We went out to another concentration camp which was interesting. A lot more torture and a lot more people were killed just like Terazin. Basically hitler only did one thing differently ...

Historical Berlin

A travel blog entry by marianitterl

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... from the hostel. The next morning I decided to actually be a tourist in Berlin, at least for a couple of hours, so I joined a walking-tour. The guide was really good, and told us a lot of the history along the way, and even if I knew most if it, it was really nice to put the things we looked at into a context. We walked from museum island to Brandenburger Tor, past a "disneyfied" checkpoint Charlie, and a lot of other sights. I'm not a history-book, so I'll leave it there, but ...

Welcome to Deutscheland!

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie

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... we took off home to get the party underway. Everyone managed to get hold of NZ loved ones who were well into their Christmas Day celebrations!

Christmas day rolled around with everyone slightly under the weather. The Eve drinks got a little bit out of hand and we ended drinking most of the alcohol we had bought for Christmas day. So after a cheeky mulled wine to kick things off, we went in search of more booze and found a kiosk open with everything we needed. ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Berggruen Collection (Sammlung Berggruen), Schoneberg Rathaus, Schöneberg, and La Vie en Rose.
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