Hotel Albertin

Smetanastr 10, Berlin, 13088, Germany | Hotel
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Pub crawl in Berlin

A travel blog entry by lmcmb

... we all signed each others shirts , had a great time screaming up down up down up down , more energy throughout the streets of Berlin . All the girls were hooking up with the boys . We played fussball. Then we entered matrix, where we all danced like maniacs on the stage and I was trying to dance with the red head and did some bump and grind with her on my hips. Kieran got kissed by Canada then we left ...

Museuming in the rain

A travel blog entry by sindlen

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... everywhere. We saw museum staff walk out of their museum and smoke by the museum door. Germans wear blue jeans. On the train from Potsdam back to Anhalter we really noticed this - everyone was wearing blue jeans. Apple juice is more expensive than beer - and despite us constantly asking, Ed will NOT drink beer. There are LOTS of museums in Berlin. We could have stayed here longer. We got the audioguide for the Pergamon Museum and it was excellent. If we had more time it ...

Day 21 and 22 recovery storm/museums insel

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni

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... myself. Sighhh. I was attempting to hold my iPad, phone, sunglasses and audio guide whilst trying to take a photo of this beautiful mosaic floor convering almost the entire floor and dating back over 2000 years when I slipped and threw my iPad and audio guide over the barrier right into the middle of the mosaic floor :-( :-( :-( it made such a huge crashing sound as the whole room was stone and marble and everyone turned suddenly to me. Ensulingong ensulingong I repeated, ...

East & West End Girlz

A travel blog entry by pamelankatie

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... the place they stood since 1961. From here we walked a few blocks to Checkpoint Charlie, probably the most famous crossing point between East and West Germany until 1989. What remains is nothing more than a gatehouse and a sign, the streets surrounding hustle & bustle like any other street, but you can't help but wonder what it must have felt like in East Germany to be surrounded by a physical barrier, preventing your freedom. And then began our looooong ...

The European Adventure continues

A travel blog entry by colgaz

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... a central, modern city centre. Here we were,.. halfway around the world wandering around a shopping mall not unlike Robina,.. ...

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