Hotel Sarotti-Hoefe

Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961 , Germany | Hotel
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Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... We hoped on and off the hop on hop off buses all during the day and walked around also. We saw a lot of the city and sights of Berlin. We met at the Brandenburg Gate at 1.30 to have lunch at the same restaurant as Thursday. A few kids were having birthdays on the trip so we sang happy birthday and had cake today to celebrate with them. After lunch groups 3/4 walked through the park to stop 3 and caught the bus to stop 9 for the large Xmas market. We let the kids loose in there for ...

A little bit of everything

A travel blog entry by smkrem


... and started willy nilly. Regardless of the interesting sights to be seen, it wasn't long before I felt that it was the wrong day for me to be doing this long run, my Nathan's hydration backpack appeared to have sprung a leak and my back was getting very wet and with the occasional rain during the run I was basically cold and wet. I managed to plod along for 28km and although the photos that I took from this run look very nice, it didn't feel ...

Big day's drive to Berlin

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin


... well, cause we couldn't take our eyes of the road. Sitting on 130 most of the way, we were left standing still by the big European cars that must have been doing at least 200kms. I kept thinking 'thank god we are on our own' as I would have stopped the car and put anyone out who dared to speak. Paul did an amazing job and I am so glad he didn't need me to take the wheel. Don't think he would have risked it even ...

Museum Island and the canals.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


... structure covered with carvings of mythical beings and gods in battle with the Titans. And we could walk up the steps!! This was an awe- inspiring place and, even more amazingly, was saved from being dismantled and used for solid defences in Berlin during World War 2.
In the next room is one of the gates, The Ishtar Gate, that led to the ancient city of Babylon. It is covered in glazed tiles depicting ...

Ich bin Berliner: Week 1

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09


... and for that you get a free shot (which I almost gagged on because it was half tabasco) and funny jazz and retro songs. The next day, we had a boat tour with the group around Berlin.

Although I came back at 3AM the night before, I didn't even set an alarm because I knew I would wake up at 11AM to make it to the 12PM boat. Little did I know that I would wake up at 11:20 ...

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