Pension Wedding

Schulstrasse 40, Berlin, 13347, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Hey Honey, It Was Paradise

A travel blog entry by roxyhart

... a problem which was finally solved by hitchhiking to Brisbane and winning money counting cards at Blackjack; getting stuck between the borders of Thailand and Laos without a visa and having to ride to the nearest city on a bus full of goats and chickens, and really just a vast array of other ridiculous shena****ns straight out of a Hunter S Thompson novel. Someone who moves so fluidly through life, no wonder he's named after a ghost! And now he and his ...

First Day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by budz888


... I've got it right. I think I've solved the problem of Russian lessons. Originally I'd planned on flying to Latvia to a Russian speaking city, then I decided that with the money I saved on airfare I could get lessons here - and the lessons in Latvia weren't that cheap anyway. And I was rather put off by having to fly then catch a train then fly back again... Anyway, I've now found someone here. First lesson ...


A travel blog entry by sophieharmos


... of traffic had few mishaps. One involved me getting sandwiched between two buses- they're just as aggressive here as back at home. The other wasn’t so dangerous, but G and I were riding along in a park with Nick and Nikki behind us (and mum and dad far, far behind us, as usual.) I decided to test my skills and take some photos while riding, so called out to N and N to smile. I didn’t hear them reply, but took a couple of ...

Third time lucky!

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... having a truly ridiculous door policy there is no doubt that this is an amazing club, I only wish such a club could be possible in the UK (it's not, by any stretch of the imagination. You will note that there are no photos here of inside the club, in Berghain all cameras are banned, try doing a search, you won't many, if any).

I got back to the hostel, set my alarm for two hours' time, jumped in a train, then a taxi with Hat, Boon and Max to a lake in the middle of ...

Final Berlin Day

A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013


We became well practiced at using the U and S-bahns today, as our legs are getting pretty tired from all the walking around. It's a fantastic system here, with our longest wait for a train being 8 minutes when we just missed one. Quite funny that the U-bahn (underground) has quite a few overground sections, and the S-bahn (surface, I guess) also goes underground. Biggest difference seems to be that they are run by different companies. ...


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