Hotel-Pension Rheingold

Xantenerstrasse 9, Berlin, 10707, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Divide and Conquer

A travel blog entry by dblegldave


... Wall. As I mentioned before, it's now illegal to take parts of the wall as a souvenir. Sure would have liked to.

Then it was on to Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie was the term give to the last Allied checkpoint in West Berlin before entering East Berlin. Today, they have reconstructed the guard house in the middle of the street and young German men dress up as American soldiers in front of it and you can get your picture ...

Fog, Football*, Freezing and Festive Food

A travel blog entry by cathalchu


... devoted to it. A trivial topic for a museum you might think, but it actually has something of a fascinating story. For instance Herta Heuwer, the inventor of the original currywurst sauce never revealed her recipe to anyone, declining lucrative offers from companies to (as it were) spill the beans and taking her secret to her grave. Unsurprisingly, the Deutsches Currywurst Museum has a rather good snack bar and I lunched here before heading back ...

Day Two in Berlin

A travel blog entry by ramblingroads


... the historic areas of the city. We visited the tomb of Adolf Hitler that is now buried beneath a parking area with only a sign to mark the place. In a very upscale shopping area, we used the facilities in a department store much like Sax Fifth Avenue and of course visited the fantastic food section - came away with a chocolate crouissant and an apple streudle. Later we would stop in a shop for a lunch of pretzel ham and cheese sandwich and a puncki. This would have ...

Monday in Berlin

A travel blog entry by budz888


... Potato House. All the dishes feature spuds.

I was rather disappointed with this offering. A bit dry. They often fry speck with their spuds and I really think you need some pickled cucumbers or something with it. The speck's always fried till its almost burnt and that makes it even saltier. It probably would have helped if the eggs had been more on the runny side.

And as usual in Germany, no salad no ...

Back to Berlin

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... legs and eat lunch. After that we drove to our new address in Berlin were we stay for 1 month. After some food and beverage shopping and settling in we walked with Chris, Katrin and Florence to a Restaurant with a nice Beer garden where we ate dinner.
Tuesday we caught the U-Bahn to the Main Railway Station then walked past Parliament House along the River Spree which was part of the border (east/west). When we got to Friedrichstrasse ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Story of Berlin, Aqui Espana, and Heidi's Spielzeugladen.
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