Hotel Aragon

Address: Kietz 2A, Berlin, 16356, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

13 photos

... time ago. Immediately after getting out of the Army in 1973 I left for Europe where I spent 13 months in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East

I met an Australian at the American Express office in London in June of that year, the place for all travel hookups for securing travel mates and other assignations in that day. He had just driven his VW van from Madras, India to London. To refresh your geography that’s through ...

3 days in Berlin

A travel blog entry by abbey.voyce on Jun 18, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... We were so glad we took the time to journey out here for the day and it has been one of trip highlights so far. The town itself has a lovely pedestrian old town to wander through full of shops and cafés and the palace itself is simply stunning with a beautiful yellow facade. The palace was a former residence of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia in the mid 1700's. The park itself is made up of many different ...

Prague continued and big Berlin

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 06, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... walking tour of Berlin. I think that Berlin is a difficult city to have a walking tour of as it's very very large, and unlike most of the other cities I have visited so far it doesn't have an old town with most of the big sites arranged around it, it's very spread out and there are things to see all over the city. We did see the Brandenburg gate, one of the few things in Berlin to survive the war, the Jewish holocaust memorial - a bizarre, large patch of land covered in rectangular ...

Day 196-197: The afterglow!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 02, 2014

... the locals like to call it: the pregnant oyster. Many of the exhibitions were free and covered a range of topics focused on the 'afterglow' of the digital revolution. It was sooooo interesting. Here is an excerpt from the website on the concept of the afterglow. It's a bit heavy to read at first, but try it; it does eventually make a lot of sense. The digital revolution was a dinner party but its afterglow is not. The once utopian promises of ...

New Years Eve- Jewish Museum- shopping

A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 31, 2013

Brandenburg Gate - for New Year's Eve I woke up  early ready for our final day in Berlin. Barry, Kaya and Ben surprised me with a special brekky which was lovely. Kaya was feeling exhausted as she came home at 5ish in the morning after a long night and morning clubbing. Unbelievable that kids do this regularly.  We were a little slow to get away but finally we made our way there. The museum was very thought provoking with ...