ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... tour (for free, in English; actually most things in Berlin are free and available in English) of the interior of the Reichstag building. It started with a lecture in the main Bundestag (parliamentary) chamber. A political science professor gave a very insightful (and at times humorous) talk about the history of the building and how the German government works today. He kept yelling at the Spanish teenagers who kept falling ...
... that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
Ok, now that I've gotten the dark and twisty over with, who wants to hear about currywurst and Dirty Dancing!?
My second day in Berlin got off to a much brighter beginning. To dispel my feelings of homesickness, I sought out the most comforting thing I could think of, and found it in the lovely neighborhood of Prenslauer Berg. It was Canadian pancakes made with Canadian bacon, woohooo! With every bite I ...
... to accommodate all 118 of us, but somehow we fit. After a full morning of sightseeing in Berlin, what else could we have to eat but a stereotypical German meal of chips, salad, and schnitzel? Lunch was well-received by all, with many empty, clean plates remaining. All in all, we were well set up for a free, relaxing afternoon in the hotel, and the comic opera later at night, after the 4:45pm dinner, of course! -Spencer- We are currently at a German restaurant and we had schnitzel, ...
... and the contribution of Germany since the 1990s towards the European economy and the art and cultural side of Berlin. It was an interesting perspective and a shame that most people relate Germany, specifically Berlin, with the 12 years of Nazi history and the 28 years of separation due to Berlin wall but forget all the amazing things that have happened since and how much more there is to Berlin than just the evil past. It is quite obvious that the Germans also realise ...
... apartment. A great collection of 1700 to 1900 German art in a magnificent building. Close by we checked out the Berliner Dom, a marvellous church. Walking home we passed innumerable stately offices and palaces in the old East Berlin -most under restoration. Dinner was collected from the food hall we discovered this morning. Smelly cheese, pâté, salami, roast chicken, hearty bread and some French wine in our apartment. A tough ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed