Hotel-Pension Wittelsbach

Address: 22 Wittelsbacherstrasse, Berlin, 10707, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Laugh Olympics.
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      Travel Blogs from Berlin

      Day 3 - Berlin bike tour

      A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... bombing damage. So most have now been restored since the wall came down. The Berlin cathedral was breathtaking and I know we will see many more in the next 2 weeks. Construction going on everywhere. Bike tour was a fun way to see the city. About 5 hours. No hills. Sandy did run into a person who stepped out in front of here. (She was arrested and I have visited her once. ) SS/Gestapo museum was chilling to see what powers they had over everyone and how they murdered ...

      I hate train travel

      A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 15, 2014

      2 comments

      Firstly, happy Fathers' Day to my amazing husband. After 26 years, he still manages to amaze me... And, he'll have another Father's Day in September when we are home, when he might actually receive a gift. Enough smultz.

      We caught the ICE train from Amsterdam at 8 o'clock this morning for Berlin with a change at Duisburg. The train was crowded and chaotic, there was not much room for our luggage, and there were people standing. We were told to stay on at Duisburg, ...

      Another Day of Potsdam

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 12, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Cecilienhof is "geschlossen" on Mondays, but somehow I had failed to transfer this to the itinerary. Never mind. This was not the end of the world, because at least we could wander around the outside of the Palace, which would be fine. The Cecilienhof was built by Kaiser Wilhelm II for the Crown Prince and it was completed in 1917. It looks like it should be in Surrey, all Arts and Crafts and big gables; so it will be nice to admire it and maybe even ...

      Day 138.. A Reichstag tour

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 04, 2013

      ... German divide, the Reichstag was mainly used as a gallery and tourist attraction with some political activity present. However it was difficult for the workers because one whole side was divided into an east block. And as the east west divide became stronger workers who lived in the set couldn't work in the west and so on. So there is so much interesting history surrounding this building.. One of the most that we found is that the charcoal slogans and exclamations written on the walls ...

      Venice

      A travel blog entry by llammers on Nov 04, 2013

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      ... a glass of presco. left the cafe and found the supermarket bought supplies and my handy fold up Ikea bag came in handy to get the supplies back home. Ok now it is time to be brave and discover Venice. we make it to St Marco Square and OMG it is impressive but there are thousands of tourists. we just wonder threw the maze of people, find a little park as such and walk in away from the throng of the masses. ...