Hotel Gotland

Address: Franzstrasse 23, Berlin, 12247, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Lazy Sunday afternoon

A travel blog entry by rhian_of_oz on Sep 07, 2014

... some lazing about (including nap) before we went out for a stroll along the Spree river and around the neighbourhood. More faffing about before we headed into Alexanderplatz to book some concert tickets. This was followed by some aimless wandering and some watching of a street performer before returning to the apartment.

There will likely be a pre-dinner nap. It has been that kind of day.

3 Countries, 3 Days

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jul 05, 2014

20 photos

... fellow took us on a 45 minute tour of the building. Most of the Opera House is actually fairly new. Unfortunately, most of the Opera House was destroyed during a bombing of Vienna in World War II. However it was restored to its grandeur just at it had been before the war during the 1950s. The tour guide showed us the Emperor's suite, which was his own private room behind his suite so he could grab refreshments during the show. We were then showed intermission halls ...

Berlin: A young, funky place

A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Apr 25, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

... were two couples there, speaking different languages. At first, I didn't say anything because I wasn't sure if they understood English. The couple across the table got their food first and said in perfect English with a french accent, "please forgive us for not waiting for the entire table to get their food." After that it felt like the ice was broken. We talked to both this French husband and wife, and the other ladies next to us who were from Germany.


Highlights of Berlin

A travel blog entry by acampen on Mar 08, 2014

8 photos

... to the famous Brandenburg Gate (of Brandenburg Tor). While wonderfully maintained, it's hard to imagine the amount of history associated with this monument (from Napoleon to being a demarcation point between east and west Berlin). The makes the several 'cosplayers' we observed (bear costumes, several different military uniforms, even 80's youth) entertaining and taking pictures with the assembled crowd somewhat comical. We also stopped ...

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 30, 2013

3 comments, 30 photos

... trees which formerly led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs. The Gate survived World War II and was one of the few structures standing in the Pariser Platz ruins in 1945. Vehicles and pedestrians could travel freely through the gate until the Berlin Wall was built, 13 August 1961. The Wall was erected as an arc just west of the gate, cutting off access from West Berlin. When the Revolutions of 1989 occurred and the Wall fell, the gate symbolized freedom and ...