Hotel Pension Rehberge

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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    From Ancient Lands to the Modern Day

    A travel blog entry by denninfamily on Jun 24, 2014

    19 photos

    ... just down the street. We had seen the outside during our walking tour but decided to head over and get a look inside. The Cathedral was built in the 1800's by King Frederick II who was quite progressive considering that this was after the Reformation. Inside, the church was quite bare and oddly circular. It was devoid of ornamentation and the typical statuary of Catholic churches. What proved to be the real treat, however, was the concert that ...

    Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

    A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome on May 06, 2014


    ... a little bounce. Feeling happily satisfied (and rather chubby), I set out for a cheerful adventure, and decided that the first big, bright red double-decker tour bus would do just the trick! It was a hop on hop off bus, but I didn't really feeling like doing much hopping after the pancakes, so I just cruised around East and West Berlin for a few hours, taking in the sights and listening to the funny English tour guide make the same joke over and overrrrr again about ...

    Day 8 - Berlin

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 29, 2013

    7 comments, 20 photos

    ... Berlin was surrounded by barbed wire. Traffic at the border was halted and the underground and S-bahn connecting the different sides of the city were put out of operation. Houses at the eastern side of the border were evacuated and the windows on the border side were bricked up. Over time, the barbed wire was replaced by a 3.6m high wall. Along the Wall's east side ran a 'death zone', an area controlled by guards. A total of 302 watchtowers and 20 bunkers were built along the 155km ...

    Day 7 - Berlin

    A travel blog entry by dior114 on Sep 21, 2013

    ... was really nice she gave us a thing sort of like wizz fizz. Gretta also brought curry sausages for us to try. She to us to Checkpoint Charlie but it was a re-make and she took us to a chocolatier. We learnt heaps about Berlin thanks Gretta.���� After me and Richard went down to the sauna and all of a sudden a nude man walked in I was so shocked I just walked ...

    More Russian Practice

    A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 05, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... amount of uniformity to these places whether it's a major statue in a square in Prague or Kraków or Rome or here in Berlin.

    Come to think of it I think Franklin attracts a similar sort of crowd... or are they just waiting for a bus?

    I wonder whether it ever occurs to them that if everyone espoused their sort of life-style none of these sorts of buildings would ever have been built. Yeah, yeah I ...