Hotel Transit

Address: Hagelberger Str. 53-54, Berlin, 10965, Germany | Hotel
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        Ich liebe Berlin

        A travel blog entry by suzedogge on Sep 16, 2015

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        ... hour or so, however the audio didn't quite marry up to the actual location we were at, for instance; 'on your right you will see......' but there wasn't anything like it on the right, or even on the left, They had an Irish & an American doing the narrating (for the English version), so it was pretty funny but totally confusing!!!
        We walked back along the river back to the apartment past East Side Gallery again and home for a quite afternoon and ...


        A travel blog entry by lakefamily4 on Jun 01, 2015

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        ... had a massive rumble and let off some steam. Kati came over and instantly bonded with Ruby over fashion and they created some beautiful designs! Nick and I went out for dinner with Tom and Barbara in a seafood restaurant on a boat on the river Spree. Nice to have some kid free time and catch up on life in Tom and Barbara's world. Tom has a new job in Geneva and ...

        Berlin we have learnt a lot

        A travel blog entry by fwyatt on Feb 19, 2015

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        ... so we jumped on the number 1... It was delicious! We did see the affects of the number 7 around the dotted out tables, tears rolling down cheeks, concerned looks, all I could think is how unpleasant that will feel coming out the other end. After Dresden we arrived in Berlin, the hostel was a huge maze and we were exhausted from such a long bus ride. We had schnitzel for dinner, involved ourselves in too much chocolate and had a quiet night in the ...

        Day 7: Germany's answer to Versailles

        A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 30, 2014

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        ... some of which were stolen at the end of WW2 and never returned) is stunningly beautiful with gold frescos on the ceilings. There is also an Orangerie, a guest house, a Chinese house, Roman baths and a new palace all bordering the palace park. It took a better part of the day to see everything. We had a bizarre dinner tonight at 5-Cinquo, a 1-michelin star Spanish restaurant. Berlin is known for its multicultural ...


        A travel blog entry by annsplace on Aug 11, 2014

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        We are not so sure about the Hop On, Hop Off buses these days but decided to give them another go. Bought a 2 day ticket, and our first stop was the Museums on Museum Island. However we took one look at the queues and decided to go on to the Brandenburg Gate. This was absolutely awe-inspiring and the history behind it made it very moving. But, oh, the crowds!! Went to the Tourist Info Centre there and booked tickets ...