Hotel Pension Dahlem

Address: Unter den Eichen 89a, Berlin, 12205, Germany | Hotel
 
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A travel blog entry by pilarmejia on Sep 13, 2014

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I'm feeling much better...maybe it was just a lack of greens...last night I made broccoli, now that we are in an AirBnB apt.

Yesterday we went on a hop-on, hop-off bus, but with no camera.

At night we went to a nightclub where someone we met on the train was the DJ. He played contemporary African music...some of it sounded like James Brown. Of course, we got there when it started, 10pm and ...

A History Lesson and a REALLY Chance Encounter

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 02, 2014

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... something Jason and I will try again during our time here and hopefully we will have better luck since our tour guide told us this unbelievable lack of respect for the memorial is very rare.

We continued on with our tour to learn about the difficulties Berlin experienced after WWII as well. After the War, Germany was split four ways amongst its allies: France, Britain, America, and the Soviet Union. West Germany was overseen by the three democratic ...

Day 4 - Train to Berlin

A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 05, 2014

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... was a bit of a disappointment compared to pictures we had seen on line. We later discovered that we were on a train owned and run by the Czech railway company. Once we started catching the German trains, they were a lot nicer.

Our seats were spacious and comfortable and the views outside the large picture windows were excellent. We took turns with the two boys to go to the restaurant car for ...

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 30, 2013

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... Cathedral Church in exuberant forms of high Neo-Renaissance style. With no separation of Protestant church and state of Prussia, William II officiated as the summus episcopus and the state paid the complete construction cost of 11,5 million Marks. At 114 metres long, 73 metres wide and 116 metres tall, it was much larger than any of the previous buildings and was considered a Protestant counterweight to St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. On February 27, 1905 the present ...

Day.. 92 - 95 ...Thoughts sent to home xx

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 18, 2013

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... the apartment, did some budgeting and realised that for our finances sake, it was probably best not to see a movie at the cinemas.. Especially seeings we just saw one. Travelling is expensive!! We then did all of our overdue washing, did some more visa preparation, cooked up some bok choy, mushrooms and noodles for lunch and made some tea. I collected some very nice tea in kleve, not sure if I mentioned that in one of my other entries. It was from a lovely little ...