Hotel Pension Dahlem

Address: Unter den Eichen 89a, Berlin, 12205, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin Health Camp

A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Nov 24, 2014

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... lots of WW2 and Cold War museums, walked along sections of the Berlin Wall, did the city bus tour, went to the Berlin Zoo which was by far the best Zoo we've ever been to, went to Hard Rock Cafe, Legoworld and as far as nightlife goes, it was catching up on some movies. There was even some time for some shopping even though we haven't got much room left. Our week of luxury was very nice indeed and Berlin is definitely a place we want to come back to (sans kids next time).

Super Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jul 14, 2014

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... The room went ballistic and there was beer flying all through the air. That moment when everyone goes nuts at the same time is such a great thing to be part of.

Surely that would be enough. The final minutes were a bit nerve wrecking but deep down everyone knew that the game was won. As soon as the final whistle went we raced onto the streets to the sound of fireworks and horns. The Danes were going pretty wild and taking photos with the ecstatic locals. Then ...

3 days in Berlin

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

4 comments, 5 photos

... We had dinner at a lovely cafe in the Volkspark with Ramona who had been my roommate on my Russia Contiki back in 2012 . It was great to catch up with her and she introduced us to the "Berliner Weisse" a drink mainly found here in Berlin which is a type of beer with a flavoured syrup added - my favourite was the red raspberry flavour! On our third day we took the train out to Potsdam for a day trip and to visit San ...

Where Oktoberfest never ends.

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 18, 2013

4 photos

... of the exhibition is divided between three intersecting tunnels or "axes" the final of which leads you to the the Holocaust tower, a hollow darkened room, unheated and where you're overwhelmingly surrounded by blackened walls. The silence is broken by uncertain noises from the outside world and after about five minutes I find myself reaching for the door, for that escape that so many of my ancestors would never find. As you move through the exhibition you follow the history ...

An afternoon in Berlin

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 13, 2013

8 photos

... had food and facilities.
As it turns out, it was actually called Berlin Moscow, which means they had Russian-German food. There was caviar and blinis on the menu. I ended up getting a salad and a pumpkin soup. The food was excellent and very elegant- we're talking foam on top of my soup, twilles, pink salt chunks, and other fancy things. The portions were "appetizer" sized, so I didn't leave hungry, but I didn't leave stuffed either, which was ok by mean because ...