Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin

Takustrasse 39, Berlin, 14195, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... night we went to a opera called Rusalka. It was alright. Don't want to leave Berlin! -KELLY LEE- The opera last night was awesome! It was kind of annoying because we were all tired though.. Loving the food in Berlin!! You can actually tell what everything is and there is heaps of potato stuff, which is my kind of food!! - Lauren C Today at lunch I had a visit from a very special friend, a very special friend by the name of Paul. He's so romantic and I ily him 5eva. ...

A little bit of everything

A travel blog entry by smkrem


... before I headed off. Berlin is full of canals and my Uncle Joe lives very close to one of the canals so I thought I could just jump onto the track next to the canal and run 16km one way and then turn around and back track 16km. Well that would have been a good plan - although it would have been very boring but it would have been easier than making up my route on the trot, through farm land, housing estates and parklands, as the canal ...

Big day's drive to Berlin

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin


After another sumptuous breakfast at Huis Koning, meaning 'house of the king', we packed up, said our goodbyes, hoping that one day we would return to this beautiful city. Deciding to go with Jayne, GPS, who gave us a 30 kms and 30 minute shorter route we set off on the 818kms to Berlin. First 350 kms wound through industrial backwaters of numerous Belgian, Dutch and German areas and were too boring to look at. ...

Museum Island and the canals.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


Thursday: Donnerstag
Very, very heiss (hot)

There are 7 museums on Museum Island so Wen chose to see The Pergamon Museum, the museum of ancient art and architecture. This museum was purpose built in the early 1900s to house finds made by German archeologists in the area south of Bagdad.
Walking in we were confronted with the original sized, reconstructed Pergamon Altar dating back to 160BC. An ...

Ich bin Berliner: Week 1

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09


... At our orientation, Georg (the tech guy) made one of the funniest speeches on why German toilets have a shelf – the Nazis did this in order to take easier stool samples and he always proudly said that the water does not "splash as much" either. Later that night, we roamed around Kreuzberg, the hip section of Berlin, and wound up at CAKE (and this was not a bakery). The entrance fee to the club ...

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