Motel 24h Berlin

Kastanienweg 2, Genshagen, Brandenburg, 14974, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kastanienweg 2, Genshagen.
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    Birthday Breakfast

    A travel blog entry by lizraeh on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... the Dom Cathedral, the biggest in Berlin seemed so small. There were heaps of Church spires and one helped us locate Simons street. The food was a beautiful continental breakfast with yoghurt and muesli, bread rolls and a selection of meats, cheeses and jams, followed by a very delicious latte macchiato, the best coffee I've had on holidays. Beryl D. Beare enjoyed her breakfast too. You will see that she also went climbing up the tower. What a ...

    Day in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... the Cold War. We cross the River Spree to Museum Island with its 5 museums and Berlin Cathedral. Then on past the Opera House, to Babelplatz where the 'Burning of the Books' was done by the Nazis. There is a small section of the Wall still standing at Checkpoint Charlie which has been recreated. To stop the flow of East Germans to the west, the wall was erected around West Berlin by the East Germans virtually overnight in 1961. During the 28 years ...

    Germany: World Cup Champions!

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 15, 2014

    16 photos

    ... here in Berlin were wearing the same jerseys, but the difference was theirs had a little Adidas logo on it and in stores was retailing for the equivalent of $120 CDN each! In the first couple weeks in Berlin we witnessed 3 German matches leading up to the finals, the wildest a 7-1 win semi final win (unheard of for soccer) over the host Brazilians in the semi finals. The atmosphere was fun, people were excited, and it helped that the Germans made it to ...

    Conference Day One

    A travel blog entry by budz888 on Jun 15, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... there were various lectures which was how most days were scheduled.

    Here a discussion on whether one should have a passive phase when learning a language. Interesting but I suspect they completely missed the point of the topic.

    Then onto an introduction to Proto-Indo-European. Pretty interesting but pretty theoretical.

    But as you can see it ended up being ...

    Portugal: Salt, Sea, Vine

    A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Apr 23, 2014

    24 photos

    ... protest and debate. As we enter the square, officials are dismantling the scaffolding at the finish line of a bike race. We walk around the Aqueduto da Âgua de Prata that began bringing clean water to the city in 1530. Now there are homes and restaurants build into and around the arches. We visit the eerie Chapel of Bones constructed by Franciscan monks to deal with a 16th century real estate problem. There were 43 cemeteries taking up valuable space in and around Èvora. ...