Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg

Landgrafenstrasse 4, Berlin, 10787 , Germany | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Day 8: Berlin

    A travel blog entry by issycarey on Jun 27, 2014

    ... end, it was just the teachers trying to teach them a lesson. They were so relieved but still very on edge about what had happened. Later, we boarded a train going to Potsdam, an outer suburb of Berlin. Here, we had a walking tour guided by this really cute elderly lady! It was a really interesting tour and I really enjoyed the history of the town. By this time it was about 1:30pm and we were back ...

    Bustling Berlin

    A travel blog entry by lilian.lethborg on Jun 15, 2014

    12 photos

    The Czech bus to Berlin was a smooth and very comfortable trip, apart from being detained along with other buses and cars at the German boarder. The Police took all our passports and kept them for at least an hour to ensure we were all 'legal' apparently it is unusual.
    One car was impounded and the passengers did not look happy as they unloaded all their cargo to another car.
    Otherwise we had a good trip in the luxury ...

    Day 133... Ice ice baby

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 29, 2013


    ... had previously thought that helmets were almost non-existent in this city, actually in most of Europe as a whole. But I have now realised that they must just be stored with the winter clothes. It is still manageable to cycle to school and back with the 6 plus layers of clothing that I am wearing.. Including an addition this week of Paul's waterproof track pants over my own pants (which have made an enormous difference) Wednesday was a big challenge however as ...

    Beyond the Berlin Wall: A Unique Trip to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by bliebenow on Jul 08, 2013

    253 photos

    ... memorial was a 50/50 split at dinner, with Cynthia’s high school friend’s friend and I interpreting it as modern art reminiscent of graves. Johnny and Cynthia weren’t so into it. To each her/his own. The Ethiopian food was phenomenal though! It was a great break from the European food we have been eating for so long! Berlin is a very international city, so their international food is actually authentic, and it tasted ...


    A travel blog entry by hannajames on Apr 17, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... br> meal choices!
    I was so focused, trying to book flights that made sense in any way, I
    didn't listen to objections James was trying to make. I should
    have. But more about it later. Sometimes the quiet ones are wiser ones

    For now we were on the plane. Tired but moving. Our stuff was still in
    Dublin port but we were moving towards Bangkok. I slept most of the
    flight while James enjoyed the on board entertainment. Doha was our next stopover.