Hotel Residenz Begaswinkel

Genthiner Strasse 30a, Berlin, 10785, Germany | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... empty bookshelves, symbolising all the literature that was lost. There was also a church in this square that had been designed and ordered by a previous King of Germany. He built it for Catholics, when Germany was Protestant at the time, which was quite revolutionary for a King to do. Next stop was a square where there were two almost identical churches built. At one point in time there was a reasonably large French population invited to live in Berlin for their skilled ...

    Ich bin ein Berliner

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 16, 2014

    11 photos

    ... artwork as a memorial to freedom. We walked beside the river, where the Death Strip had been beside the wall - East German guards had orders to shoot dead anyone seen here. It was all very sobering, as it was history of our time.

    On the way home every bar and cafe had the World Cup on, with crowds of patriotically dressed fans. We knew every time Germany scored, from the cheers, horns and fireworks.

    Mauer Street Markets

    A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 29, 2013

    ... steak I think ) that was filling, Baz had a dish similar to mine. The drinks were ok ( beers) and a wine carafe. Ben's classic raw mince entree was a real scream. The waitress enjoyed giving this dish to Ben! After finishing we could not wait to get out of there- the waitress completely ignored as we left. All in all the experience was not very good and neither of us enjoyed the meal. We made our way home feeling weary but ready for another great ...

    Day 98, 99 half a visa success story

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 22, 2013


    ... our next visit to the next department. She told us that it was a difficult job working for the office for foreigners and as a result the staff were not very friendly. She had just experienced this with a friend if hers who was applying for a study visa a few weeks prior. Oh dear.. We then needed to extend our travel insurance to cover a year. Our current one expires in July, so we did this and then made rice paper rolls. ...

    Next Stop Berlin!

    A travel blog entry by ljean on Oct 20, 2013

    61 photos

    ... Berlin and the artist who won proposed this design. It was chosen for a few reasons. Instead of being a plaque or something that tells you how to feel this gives you an experience. You have to find the meaning for yourself as you walk through. I can't tell you what the meaning was. Our guide explained a few interesting theories but apparently the artist didn't exactly have a meaning in mind either. Really the only way I can describe it is I have never felt that way at ...