Hotel Morgenland

Finckensteinallee 23-27, Berlin, 12205, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin


A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Sep 19, 2014

37 photos

... was for 4 hours and covered the East of Berlin. Jonathan our guide was incredibly knowledgable and I certainly learnt a lot about the East and West. It is amazing that the wall has only been down a short while really. The weather today has been interesting. Yesterday I was so hot that today I decided to wear a sleeveless top. Well when I came out of the Museum it was raining and all through the walk although it didn't rain it was quite cool. Luckily I had my Pashmina ...

Berlin, Germany

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jun 20, 2014

5 comments, 94 photos

... covered with a roof of glass for protection against the elements.

This is an "island" containing five major musuems and near the Berlin Cathedral.

Located on Berlin's Museum Island, the Pergamon Museum is divided into three ...

Where Oktoberfest never ends.

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 18, 2013

4 photos

... have all, in some ways, become like family to me and as the count down for our time here begins to reach its limit I can't help but feel how much I will miss all these people. Paul and I are now on a buss to Hamburg (apparently it is the erotic capital of the country) the last stop on our way back to Dresden. Saying goodbye to Josie was a sad occasion and it seems like no coincidence that my first day in the city was the sunniest I've experienced in the country and our last is the ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 29, 2013

7 comments, 20 photos

... Dvorak became the principal violinist. In 1865, Dvorak taught piano to the daughters of a goldsmith; one of whom later became his wife (Anna Cermakova). It wasn’t until 1871 when Dvorak left the theater. During these years, Dvorak was privately composing. Mid Adult Years: Because his early works were too demanding on the artists who performed them, Dvorak evaluated and revamped his work. He turned away from his heavy Germanic style to a more classic Slavonic, stream-line ...


A travel blog entry by makkah on Nov 09, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... I found the parks and gardens very enjoyable, being autumn at the time the falling leaves made for an enjoyable quite walk, I know that must seem strange to some but back home we have nothing like that, you need to head south for autumn scenery here on the sunshine coast there is never a great deal of difference between the seasons. I decided to wait until evening to visit the Brandenburg gate, that way with it all being lit up it made for a more spectacular sight, having ...