Winterfeldt Berlin Apartments

Address: Pallasstrasse 10-11, Berlin, 10781, Germany | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by alexandertn on Sep 22, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... have been my Mum and Dad on the other side.

      It was freezing cold so we went back to the hotel and had dinner. We went for a swim and there was a little girl that was playing with us in the pool. It was awesome staying up late.

      The next morning we went for a walk around the city and saw lots of big buildings. Then we got on the train to Prague. We were in our own cabin and you get to pull the chair down and ...

      From London to St Petersburg

      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Jul 22, 2014

      40 photos

      ... several sections of the Berlin Wall, Check Point Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cathedral, the TV Tower, the Reichstag Building and Norma Supermarket (he he he, it's my Mum's name). I even got to test out my German in the cheapo shop near our hotel much to Nigel's amusement. I enthusiastically said Morgen (morning) to the lady on the till and heard a few titters from Nigel next to me. Then when we left I thought I would try a friendly Tschuss (bye). We had to make a quick ...

      Day 18 - Berlin, Germany

      A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 15, 2014

      23 photos

      ... trying to blow off the map 70 years ago. However, I was trying to soak it all in. Seeing the Berlin Wall, and looking at the streets where it ran was really hard to comprehend how people lived that way. Our stop was at a section across the street from the former Air Defense Ministry building that was not bombed during the war. However, on the east side of the street were the ruins of the former Gestapo headquarters. It was leveled, and only the foundation still ...

      Day.. 92 - 95 ...Thoughts sent to home xx

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 18, 2013


      ... at the particular time. And most of the time it's rubbish. Although last night we watched a hilarious movie with bill Murray called what about bob. We arrived at Berlin at 640 am, had a cup of coffee and tea and made our way to Susie's work. She had the keys to the apartment for us as marc is in Leipzig for a couple of weeks. We were a little early so we had a pastry each with another cup of coffee and tea. Susie met us at 8.30, we had a good old chat outside her ...

      Berlin Berlin!

      A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Sep 16, 2013

      12 photos

      ... for somewhere to head out. The plan was to try and make it into Berghain, a famous club that is notoriously hard to get into for foreigners. Puckering up some courage and lining up we soon found out that it wasn’t a regular night, a band was playing. It was a bit of a let down. Pondering where to go next we asked the bouncers and they recommended a place called suicide circus. Jumping in a cab we headed there. After some cool photo booth action we went inside the club. It ...