Hotel Sarotti-Hoefe

Address: Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961 , Germany | Hotel
 
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      Our Parents Crashed Our Honeymoon

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... baked goods but it was so worth it! So after a much larger breakfast than was really necessary we decided to put our legs to work and walk around the town in the daylight this time.

      We had a wonderful day exploring this cute little town and it is no wonder that travel books and guides like Rick Steves recommend this place as the best that Belgium has to offer. It was a little overcast and not even the “perfect” day and it was still a great place ...

      Card Games with Canadians

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... but to me it was instantly clear that they were playing a game of, "Love Letter" which, you may recall, I actually owned and was carrying with me on this trip. Lauren had long since grown sick of playing it so I jumped at the opportunity. I introduced myself to the group and asked if I could join in. During the next several rounds of tense game-play I learnt their names; Lucas, James, and Jamie, their nationality; Canadian, and their ...

      Berliner Blog

      A travel blog entry by websterfamily14 on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... Gate (heavily influenced by French architecture- in an area known as Pariser Platz), the nearby German Federal Parliament- Reichstag, a number of memorials to the fallen- including the incredibly powerful Jewish Holocaust Memorial- as well as more lighthearted moments at the Zoologischer Garten (Berlin Zoo) and drinking beer and eating currywurst sausages at a nearby bier garten. Our apartment- a palatial 19th Century place on ...

      For The Prospective Study Abroad Student

      A travel blog entry by oliver.strobl on Mar 03, 2014

      2 comments

      ... many options. More niche course may have a harder time finding a program to for your needs, but is you have any questions, do not be afraid to ask the Study Abroad department at TRU. For me personally, the cost is about the same +/- about a $1000. That includes the exchange rate. Please keep in mind that the cost of SA is very circumstantial, and don’t rule anything out. Also, there may scholarships and bursaries ...

      Day 133... Ice ice baby

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 29, 2013

      3 comments

      Winter is almost here! This week on the bike there were ice puddles everywhere! And not only ice puddles but big chunks of ice which had been scraped off the road earlier for motorists. What a sight to see! But it doesn't stop the cars or the bikes.. It isn't even winter yet! The main observation that I have had cycling this week in temperatures which reached -1, is that more and more people are now wearing helmets. Makes sense, the roads are slippery. Nice work ...