Pension Wedding

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

Checkpoint Charlie

A travel blog entry by wanderingwyatts on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment

... and a yummy pizza...John had a salad because he'd already sampled some curry wurst at the Currywurst Museum! Really! It's almost next door to our hotel! So funny. We didn't go in the museum....just ordered some food.

So now we've had a 5 hour nap. It's 8:45 p.m., and I'm hungry again! It's just now getting dusky. There's a Biergarten outside our hotel window, and until recently there were revelers partaking. We have the windows open, although we do, thankfully, have air ...

Berlin: Poor, But Sexy

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Mar 04, 2014

4 comments, 68 photos

... symbol of Berlin, is the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. This piece of public art is a square city block filled with symmetric grey cement slabs of varying sizes and heights, set in a grid of alleyways. The floor of the alleys gently roll so you are constantly at a different vantage point - sometimes deep and dark, sometime high and light. It's quiet and heavy, until the spell is broken by teenagers playing tag, forgetting that ...

I could live in Berlin

A travel blog entry by colleensouness on Feb 05, 2014

9 photos

... the metro. And their cartoon traffic light 'men' (to say whether to walk or not - apparently the cartoon version was introduced in the west to be more likeable to children. Apparently in Dresden they have cartoon walking girls with Dresden. There is something fantastic about having the order, functionality, and classiness of German ways set against the rather edgy, heavily graffitied streets of Berlin. ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by rojaleca on Sep 18, 2013

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... places and our guide was great at explaining the background of each place. Most of the sights were relevant to NAZI or Soviet era events, but some of the other architecture was a little older (not much though - Berlin is a relatively young city and most of it got bombed to smithereens in WW2). For the sake of posterity, and my memory, here's a list of places we cycled to today: Alexanderplatz Berlin ...

Borders

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 26, 2013

... left on time and I must have nodded off fairly soon - a rarity for me on buses. When I awoke it was still dark and we were at a motorway toll booth of some sort. I don't know if it was on the German or Polish side - we'd been rolling for a while so I'm guessing we were well into Poland. Luckily, thanks to the advance of democracy in Europe and the forming of the Schengen Area, idiotic walls and impassable borders appear to be largely consigned to the history books. Exactly where they ...