Hotel Sarotti-Hoefe

Address: Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961 , Germany | Hotel
 
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      Flus, foods and white playgrounds Berlin

      A travel blog entry by kcusens on Dec 23, 2014

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      ... a pen and scrawl her name on the wall. Still the wall was impressive. The next day was Christmas Day and we started with a secret Santa session. By this stage if the trip Doug, Leo and I had succumbed to a cold, or a flu or some sort if mucus inducing, sore throat and hacking cough disease. Nothing like all 3 if us being disease ridden but at least we were all quarantined in the same room. Lunch was a feast at the Hilton hotel, ...

      Third Reich Tour

      A travel blog entry by psertzel on Sep 03, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... and the museum was free. Checkpoint Charlie is a bust and has turned into a cheesy tourist trap. Souvenir shops and attractions that remind me of the Dells. Sorry Chris. The pipes in the picture appear throughout Berlin. Berlin is built on swampy land and those pipes keep pumping water out of the ground to keep structures from sinking. If Hitler had his way and built his dream capitol Germania, with its massive structures, it would have ...

      A History Lesson and a REALLY Chance Encounter

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 02, 2014

      12 photos

      ... door of their building. Harley explained that the Berlin police had recently told the refugees that if they come out with their documents, they would personally take them to the immigration building and help them get the proper documents to stay in Germany. Fifty people agreed to this, but once they came out of the school they were put in the police cars and driven directly to the airport to be deported. After this, of course no one else inside the school trusted them ...

      Day 5 - Reichstag, the War and Checkpoint Charlie

      A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 06, 2014

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      ... but unfortunately never got around to it.

      At this point, we were totally exhausted from all the walking so we caught the u-bahn back to the Circus. Time for a relaxing glass of wine before dinner. We ate at Sophieneck, a traditional pub not too far from the hotel. We all enjoyed our meals here, I had gammon steaks with vegetables, delicious, as we can’t get gammon steaks in Australia, but I had them often as a child growing up in the ...

      Day 139... One almighty stack!

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 05, 2013

      3 comments

      ... the front wheel. The forks were completely bent and the mudguard was jammed up against the wheel. So I really had no chance of moving it especially only with one arm. The front basket was reduced to about a quarter of the size it had once been, with the front squashed right back to the handlebars. And it was such a nice birthday present from Paul too :-( So after attempting and failing to move the bike, I locked it up and began walking to the ...