Mikon Eastgate Hotel

Address: Hessische Str 10, Berlin, 10115, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 24, 2015

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... first came from: I was 15 years old in singing lessons.


    Berlin is a nice enough city; it has a lot of history that's very interesting and has some fantastic artwork on the Berlin wall. It is the home to ampelmann which is a cool man on the green and red traffic light walking signs instead of the boring ones. It also still has an intact soviet monument-a rarity in this part of the world.

    We had an excellent American tour guide who ...

    Super Deutschland!

    A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jul 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Germans packed inside and on top of it, and maybe a further 30 people running after it. They were all waving their flags and singing ‘Super Deutschland!’ with the car horn honking in tune with everyone. I joined those who were chasing after the car and soon enough we had a small army of us singing, waving, chasing, and of course hugging. I even carried a girl on my shoulders for a bit as she waved her flag, but this made it quite difficult to chase the car and ...

    From Berlin, with love.

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jun 18, 2014

    33 photos

    ... and learned that nearly the whole city was in ruins after the war and Berliners decided to rebuild in a modern city. This is different from places like Munich and Dresden, which were rebuilt to mimic what had stood before. There are a few exceptions, such as the French Cathedral and the German Cathedral (pictures below!). Finally, the most important thing I learned about Berlin is the attitude and personality of ...

    Berlin Day One - Arrival and Segway Tour!

    A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 05, 2014

    14 photos

    ... ok, so I was feeling a bit nervous!! Then the mother of the other people went up. Then I thought, oh Christ if she can do it and not fall off or have the thing do a backflip, then the pressure really is on me. As you all will no doubt know, manual dexterity is not my best forte, so I was watching this lady quite closely. When she first hopped on the Segway it started going backwards and forwards and she was moving so bloody slow, so I started to feel better about ...

    Day 168: Tiergarten walks

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 04, 2014

    ... interesting history and instead of writing it for you all, I am going to copy and paste it directly from Wikipedia for you to read. Here it is: The store was originally founded in 1905 by Adolf Jandorf, who persuaded the famous architect Emil Schaudt to build his store. It opened on 27 March 1907 with an area of 24,000 sq-m. In 1927, ownership changed to the Hertie company owned by Hermann Tietz. The Hertie Company was responsible for modernizing and expanding the store. They had ...