Hotel Pension Enzian

Address: Hortensienstr. 28, Berlin, Germany | Hotel
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    Prague continued and big Berlin

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 06, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and I mentioned that I'd found an alternate pub crawl that was thinking about going on that evening and they decided they'd join me. The pub crawl started walking distance from the hostel which was very convenient. It's called an alternate pub crawl as they don't visit the places that are normally on the tourist pub crawl hit list, they keep the group size reasonable and take you to places that are a little different but that you might actually go to if you lived in Berlin. ...

    Mauer Street Markets

    A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 29, 2013

    We woke up about 7ish. Both Baz and I were feeling tired after our late night but a late night wasn't going to stop me from another day if exploring. Ben and Kaya were venturing off themselves as were Baz and I.We were both heading to the Mauer St markets which were just down the road. The markets were great - so many interesting things , very similar to our markets with a German theist of course. Met up with Kaya at one stage who was enjoying ...

    Next Stop Berlin!

    A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 20, 2013

    61 photos

    ... I expected. It wasn't very high but still high enough you could not climb over. It was all broken and really unimpressive looking. Our guide talked about the Cold War and east and west Germany. I've learned a lot about these things already but this trip really helped fill in the gaps. One of my favorite parts of the tours in each city is the mini history lesson you get. I really like history actually. I feel like I learned more on this trip than I ever learned in a ...

    Segway tour and the Reichstag

    A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 30, 2013

    8 photos

    ... too!!

    Our guide, Rob, was great. Originally from Ohio, he's been all over the world. He really explained some of the buildings we'd walked past in the last couple of days. We had a coffee break, with a history lesson, then off again. He showed us an apartment building in East Berlin with no south facing windows. The building only had elevators on every other floor, and that became a status symbol. If you were on a floor with an elevator, you were really cool!! Saw a different ...

    Days 95 to 97 - The Wall, the War and the Memories

    A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan on Sep 05, 2013

    31 photos

    ... and packed our bags for the morning. This bus will take us to the smaller German city of Dresden, south of Berlin. We were both sad to leave Berlin. We feel this was the first city we had been to that we did not get to do everything on offer. The course of history has shaped Berlin into one of the most interesting places to visit. A city that no town planner or architect could attempt to replicate. Definitely worth a visit on any European trip.

    Goodnight all
    Brendan and Lauren ...