Pension Am Park

Sophie-Charlotten-Str. 57-58, Berlin, 14057, Germany | Hotel
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Where have all the livestock gone, gone faraway

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... years ago this was the most important shopping place in Berlin. Food was typical Berlin style , Kathy had a pasta plate and I had beef. Dinner was good and the German biers were also very nice.
It was a long day and after strolling passed the shops and the Christmas Market we retired for the day. Tomorrow is early, with a train that we are catching at 10:46. We will take a taxi to the Bahnhof (Haupt), because of the luggage challenge.


Berlin: Day 1

A travel blog entry by jessicatrainor7


We left Nicosia at 1am Friday morning for our flight to Frankfurt and then a connecting flight to Berlin, at least that was the plan...

Being young college students, we decided that it would just make more sense to have a party with everyone until we had to leave at 1am so Thursday I took a nap after my last class, finished my packing, and headed over to play some classic American drinking games with friends from the states, ...

Berlin, Day 1

A travel blog entry by opollak


... cathedrals — one French and one German. We came across a traditional German restaurant, where we each ordered traditional Bavarian sausages, accompanied by mashed potatoes and saurkraut, of course! Germans around us were gulping down tall glasses of beer, but we passed, even though we can legally order alcohol in Europe. I find beer gross, anyway.

The next day, our tourist adventure began. We spent the first half of the day on Museum Island, ...

History Over-load.

A travel blog entry by gouldfish


... at the end of the war, the building was further destroyed. However, the building was reconstructed and renovated, and now it stands as a pretty impressive building.
Next to the building was the Brandenburg Gate. The building was originally designed to replace an old city gate, however, it did become an important symbol. The Berlin Wall was constructed right next to it, and the gate fell on the East side. The gate itself became a symbol of division. After the fall ...

New Years Day

A travel blog entry by penguinchris


... and eventually found ourselves back at Alexanderplatz where we debated eating at one of the station cafes (actually some of them look fine) until I remembered the seasonal bar/restaurant near the World Clock and the ice rink that we had patronised a couple of times last year. This was open and before long we were settled in at one of the wooden benches and enjoying a bowl of soup each and a gluhwein for Julie with a coke for me. It is always a surprise to ...

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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg area of Berlin, is near Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg), Deutsche Oper, Brohan Museum, and Heidi's Spielzeugladen.
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