Seehof Hotel

Lietzensee-Ufer 11, Berlin, 14057, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Day 147... A nice week

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni

... cafe is very nice and funny and she sat down and had a great chat to us about all sorts of things. It was great, we spoke in complete denglish which meant I could understand! This is definitely the way to learn! After our nice meal which lasted 2 hours, marc said he had to quickly exchange something at a shop. I said I would tag along. Another 2 hours later we were still wandering around this giant wholesaler warehouse in awe of all the cool things. There was ...

Our Last Day in Berlin!!

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel

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... lunch. I ordered the chicken salad, Jim had beef ragu. So bizarre, there were large chunks of milk chocolate in my salad, and Jim's potato dumplings were filled with melted chocolate. I know you will find this impossible to believe, but I was too full of chocolate to order one of the amazing desserts!!! On one of our underground rides today, we were treated to an impromptu concert. Two guys got on the train with a guitar and some sort of ...

2013 Berlin & Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jazzgal

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... Berlin. I had a little snack and made my way into the church. It was very sweet, over 800 years old, (rebuilt after WW2) and housing some interesting old art and gravestones. Not really in the mood for serious spiritual contemplation I headed over to the third stop of the day, The Ephraim-Palais, a beautiful building! The exhibit was called “Diversity Destroyed”; a collection of works by artists who were just starting out when Hitler and the Swine came ...

Ahoy, land-lovers!

A travel blog entry by word-a-day

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... the water of the city sights as we cruised through.

Unable to find a mooring to tie up to, and not really wanting to stop and venture outside in the wet anyway, we continued on through the city, narrowly avoiding low bridges and further fines (apparently to use the central canal you have to wait til after 7pm or radio in for permission to use the canal before then– whoops!)

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Wunderbar!

A travel blog entry by cmdoeurope

... Gate was originally named Irene, after the goddess of Peace. However, after a victory over the French and a recapturing of the statue, the Germans renamed her Victoria, and the Plaza she looks over the Paris Plaza (sensing the not-so-notorious German humor?)
2. You can't actually go into Hitler's bunker. The Germans don't want it to turn into a monument/shrine for him, but since it blocks any new foundations from going deep enough to support a new building on top of ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Brohan Museum, Heidi's Spielzeugladen, and Berliner Musikantiquariat.
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