Hotel Pension Rehberge

Address: Muller Str. 61/ Ecke Ofener Str. 15, Berlin, 13349, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near New Synagogue Berlin (Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum), Plötzensee Memorial, and Zucker Museum.
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Lots and Lots of Exploring! BERLIN!

A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Nov 08, 2014

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... no paparazzi.        60;     After Dunkin we all started to head out and walk down some street called Schloßpl and it took us to this square with museums and the huge Cathedral of Berlin. We stopped at the square to take pictures of the Cathedral because it was very beautiful and looked different from most European Cathedrals I’ve seen so far. It definitely has more domes ...

Super Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by daveaway on Jul 14, 2014

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... a lot of people celebrating from their cars. After finding some more people to celebrate on the streets with we made our way to Alexanderplatz, the main square in Berlin. There was a lot more celebrating that night and the air was heavy with smoke.

Alexanderplatz was packed. Some locals were taking advantage of the celebrations by selling cans of beer on the street, so things started to get slightly more rowdy. A car came driving through with probably about ...

From Berlin, with love.

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jun 18, 2014

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... so much about Berlin, so "bear" with me! We started at Brandenburger Gate, which while the Berlin wall stood was in the centre of the Death Strip, and here comes the first two things I learned today: the Berlin wall was actually two walls in later years, to make it harder to cross from East to West Berlin. The space in between was called the Death Strip because it was floodlit and guards were ordered to shoot anyone ...

Where Oktoberfest never ends.

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 18, 2013

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... in Europe told through the individual stories of real people whose lives have, in some ways, been rediscovered through extensive historical and archival research and which breaths life into past. These people's rediscovered lives form the premiss from which you are creatively encouraged to explore the role of Jewish people in Germany and challenged to consider the changing idea of morality and to question the meaning of good and evil in time. I'm reminded of my conversation ...


A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 03, 2013

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... great platter and the music was good. In traditional Bavarian style he got everyone to lock arms and swing from side to side with the music. German even have a name for it. English have taken the German Blitzkrieg but what about schaukeln ? Typical! Time to go home... I had no backpack so I had my tasting glass on a lanyard around my neck and my two other glasses in one hand. Both had a handle so it ...