Hotel Gotland

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

Super Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jul 14, 2014

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... to, which was likely to be going to a local sports bar. I met some Canadians who were all dressed up in their German colours, and we went to look for a rowdy bar to watch the game at instead.

The Irish bar wasn’t my ideal choice given there weren’t too many actual Germans there, but at least it was packed with a loud atmosphere. Being part German I actually did care about this game, which is more than I can say for a lot of the people who were at that ...

Germany and Austria...Currie style

A travel blog entry by sallycurrie on May 24, 2014

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... just say that Toby enjoyed the non-existent speed limits and I did not.

From the big cities to the small, Germany and Austria definitely left us with some great memories. We learned about the construction of the Berlin wall that divided a city for almost 30 years, saw a bear who lives in the middle of a Berlin park, watched the end of the Berlin marathon, admired surfers on a river in Munich, rode the highest flying swing in the world in Vienna, toured the Sound ...

Day 117 and 118...Vielfalt ist Freiheit

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 10, 2013

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... found the closest pub which happened to be an Irish pub, playing the football (soccer) Fulham and Liverpool I think. It was very toasty so we had a couple if beers therefor a good hour or so and then ventured on out into the cold to the best flafel house in Berlin near mauerpark. I can never remember the name. Wait.. I think it is Dave's flafels or flafel Dave, something like that. Anyway they are delicious. After this, Heidi took us to her favourite rockabilly pub ...

Days 95 to 97 - The Wall, the War and the Memories

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan on Sep 05, 2013

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... with no half-casts, expats or tourists, so that they can once again reclaim themselves as the greatest country in the world! Crazy!!!
The tour continued past the old Nazi SS headquarters and onto the Jewish Memorial. This was an amazing sight and is constructed of 2700 concrete slabs that vary in height and gradient. You walk through them and as you reach the middle it gets darker, colder and the slabs are really high overhead. There is no explanation as to what this ...


A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi on Jul 04, 2013

... to get Matthias' street. Walked along the street till I saw his name. He buzzed me and I had to walked up about 6 flights if stairs. Was sweating. We had a drink and a chat then he offered me a shower which I took because I was really sweaty. Then we went for a walk to the post office to get some stamps. Then just walked around for a half an hour. Now just sitting around waiting for his girlfriend to come home to ...