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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Castell Berlin
Pleasant second-floor hotel off the main, expensive street in West Berlin, Kurfürstendamm Strasse. Easy, interesting walk up to the heart of the west, Kaiser Wilhelmina Gedachtniskirche, thro the Tiergarten and to the Brandenberg Gate. OK rooms, shower, helpful staff, easy access to transport.
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Much of the architecture dates back to the 1800s. The broad boulevards celebrated the foundations of the German state in the 1860s, but the street layout goes back to the 14th century.
But as we walk admiring its magnificence, past designer shops, bars and street cafes, beside canals, through parks resembling forests or along dimly-lit …
... need of them and they weren't too badly priced either. So we carried on our walk to find this brewery and 15 minutes later we found it. It was closed to our disgust. It was past midday for damn sake. We walked around the corner and picked somewhere. It was average at best but hey we were hungry and wanted to chill out. We ended our Swedish exploring after lunch, catching the train back to Copenhagen. We wanted to meet up with Tom again. We met him for a coffee at ...
I didn't think it would be strange traveling out of the country for the 4th. But, it was. Amazing, how this Holiday brings so many memories with it, along with feelings of patriotism and love of where we live. I was reading FB posts of the fun 4th celebrations and realized what a special day it is. We'll be celebrating next year! Back to our trip. Got into Heathrow around 4 pm. Long flight, but good. ...
This is an essay I had to write about my Jewish experience in Europe for the organization that sent me to the AEPi European Conclave. It talks more about Europe then the conclave as I was instructed, so I will talk about that later on. Anyway, I think it is a good read.
Before leaving for my semester abroad in Germany, I was worried. It seemed like Anti-Semitism was rampant in Europe again and new incidents were on the news constantly.
Cautious friends and ...
... in their new London flat! We had a great time seeing their place, meeting their son Jack for the first time and going to lunch at a cute little pub nearby. We then hopped back on the underground to make our way over to the famous Harrod’s department store to meet back up with my parents and brother.
Of course Harrod’s is another one of those places where you could easily spend hours and hours (and for my Dad it probably felt like we did this time ...