Hotel Pension Haubach Central

Address: Haubachstrasse 22, Berlin, 10585, Germany | Hotel
 
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      A bit of Berlin 12th ~ 15th October

      A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Oct 13, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... We have been exceptionally lucky. From austere buttoned up street frontages to Cold War totalitarian architecture to grungy areas with courtyard mazes hidden from prying eyes, Berlin seems to hold many secrets. Some it gives up readily and this is evident in its full frontal acknowledgement of the role it played as the headquarters of the Third Reich and all of the horrors associated with that hideous time in its history and in the Cold War period which followed seeing ...

      Ferry day again

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 24, 2014

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      Up early, lined up for the 7.30 ferry to Rostock, in Northern Germany, and ate our muesli in the car park. Six and a half hours, no free food this time, and we DID go up on deck to look at the view today. Very smooth, as all our sea crossings have been. Yesterday, Sweden and Denmark. Today Sweden and Germany. Yesterday Copenhagen, today Berlin. Drove 250 km to the ...

      Day 19 - Sea Day

      A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 16, 2014

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      ... movies we settled on "Planes". Then it was jello, and brownies for Donna's dinner. I had a small salad, and two slices of pizza for dinner. After dinner I finally got my butt back on a bike in the fitness center. At midnight in got back to the cabin. I took a shower, and we put on our nightly movie (Skyfall) to sleep by. Tallinn ...

      Berlin!

      A travel blog entry by wgcgermanytrip on Oct 07, 2013

      ... history of Germany. After that we went to Check Point Charlie muesum. It is about the different ways people tried to cross the border between east and west Germany. And how they got through the various check points. For example in suitcases, hidden in car bonnets and even tucked up in concert speakers. It was a very interesting afternoon and we all leant a lot. Bye for ...

      Berlin

      A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 26, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... There was another piece in which you were supposed to flip coins to decide what notes to play. Stuff like that. So one of his pieces was called (Organ^2/ASLSP, or) As Slow As Possible. You are supposed to play it, you guessed it, as slow as possible. Now, the first permanent pipe organ ever was installed 652 years ago in the town of Halbertstadt, Germany. After John Cage died his fans decided to build a new organ in Halbertstadt (at a different location than the ...