Berlin-Kurf Rstendamm

Bleibtreustrasse 25, Berlin, Germany | Hotel
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Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... Spitz. Dvorak took to the violin quickly and soon began playing in church and village bands. In 1853, Dvorak’s parents sent him to Zlonice to continue his education in learning German as well as music. Joseph Toman and Antonin Leihmann continued to teach Dvorak violin, voice, organ, piano, and music theory. Teenage Years: In 1857, Dvorak moved to the Prague Organ School where he continued to study music theory, harmonization, modulation, improvisation, and counterpoint and ...

And a bit more walking!

A travel blog entry by bridget6


... the more unusual sights! Climbed the tower next to the lump of concrete and surprised to find a lawn on the top.

The next trip for Parish Tours was the Soviet War Memorial at Treptower Park. We looked for this last time we were here (exactly two years ago to the day, according to Colin's notes) and gave up that day. This time we found it after about ...

Week 1: Amsterdam, Berlin & Magdeburg

A travel blog entry by julienlang


... indeed. We just returned from an unbelievably fun three day Doors revival music festival near Magdeburg on Sunday. We went with our friends Mark, Heidi and Carmen and together the six of us hired a van for the trip. The festival was quite small at about 300 people and held in a lovely piece of forest with a lake near by. Each day the music would start mid afternoon before finishing at midnight, usually with several bands playing together on stage by the end. ...


A travel blog entry by jdslone1


... few. We then made our way to the market and grabbed a nice dinner and lunch for tomorrow for a bargain. I've learned eating the 1% fee and using my card is better than withdrawing cash, so I try to find places that it works. Berlin is a very kind place and is a lot of fun, so I would say so far I'd love to spend more time in Brussels and Berlin, but who knows, I may want to spend more time in more places after i visit them ...

Completing the Puzzle in Berlin

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


... Russia, and in some ways even worse.

The next day, we came face to face with more reality of life in the GDR. We visited the Tranenplast museum, a museum focusing on the border between East and West Berlin. Yes, a border existed and people had to apply to travel between East and West Berlin. At this museum our fears were that the GDR was just like communist USSR, but believe it or not, it was even worse. As life in the GDR got more oppressive, and ...


This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, and Kathe Kollwitz Museum.
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