Winterfeldt Berlin Apartments

Pallasstrasse 10-11, Berlin, 10781, Germany | Hotel
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    A History Lesson and a REALLY Chance Encounter

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... than in the supermarket so we bought some along with a large Turkish bread and a rich dip. We took both to the nearby canal, sat at the edge and had a little picnic in the sun. It was so nice to relax and enjoy the beautiful day and with so many Berliners doing the same around us (only they all had some sort of alcohol with them), we could have tricked anyone into thinking we were locals.

    When we were full from our picnic we decided to walk around the ...

    Day 4 - Train to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... I managed to get online on my iphone and checked my bank app and found that the transaction had indeed gone through. I showed this to the server and said I wasn't prepared to pay again. Later in our journey he came to our seats and apologised and said that we were correct, the transaction had been successful. I was very impressed that he apologised and went to the trouble of letting us know.

    Once ...

    Day 9 - Berlin

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 30, 2013

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... Cathedral Church in exuberant forms of high Neo-Renaissance style. With no separation of Protestant church and state of Prussia, William II officiated as the summus episcopus and the state paid the complete construction cost of 11,5 million Marks. At 114 metres long, 73 metres wide and 116 metres tall, it was much larger than any of the previous buildings and was considered a Protestant counterweight to St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. On February 27, 1905 the present ...

    Great insight into German Historry

    A travel blog entry by erlandsen on Sep 21, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Features a comprehensive display of Egyptian artefacts including the world renowned bust of Nefertiti. Spent about three hours there out of the rain. We also visited a museum detailing the rise of the Third Reich and a very sad and heart wrenching visit to the Holocaust museum. This museum sets out to personalise the tragedy by following the stories and actual memoirs from the victims. We returned to our hotel to images on ...

    It's time... bam bam bam!

    A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 05, 2013

    4 photos

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    Just a few notes I made about Berlin

    • Berliners love going out chilling with rucksacks with a hanging toy. Regardless their age, which is cool

    • They never cross the street on the red light

    • Their old women are ALWAYS angry

    • They can be easily charmed by a single smile

    • There are thousands of places for young people to ...