Intermezzo - Frauenhotel

Address: Gertrud-Kolmar-Strasse 5, Berlin, 10117, Germany | Villa
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    Our European Adventure -Chapter 12 - Germany

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... to ourselves for the weekend. Cool. But the days dramas weren't quite finished yet. The one thing I ask for at all accommodation spots is wifi. I have to book trains and places to stay and activities, and it's very difficult to do without Internet connection, so I find the router and type into my tablet the passcode and.........nothing. I re-type......nothing. I re-type again (because doing it 3 times makes all the difference) but no, still nothing. Frustrated ...

    German Parliament

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on Jun 20, 2015

    5 photos

    When in Vienna we had checked on the Reichstag building web site for availability of tours during our stay in Berlin. The web site showed no available tours on those days so we looked for an alternative in the hope that some of the private tours booked up places. We came across one where the guide dressed up as Frederick II from the 19th Century. We were afraid this would be a bit "**** weak world" but at least it guaranteed us entry to the Reichstag. We turned up at ...

    Grim, Gray and Gritty...

    A travel blog entry by andrew_mac on Feb 19, 2015

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... the Gypsy memorial, which was a quiet, quaint reflective pond set in a park. I think it's striking how much the Gypsies are reviled in Europe even's definitely the most discriminated against ethnic group I've ever seen. Next was the homosexual memorial, which was a nice 'screw you' to the Nazis with a video of two guys making out. The Jewish memorial was obviously the largest, but I thought the design was a bit disappointing. I'm not sure I understood the artist's idea ...

    All Roads Lead to Berlin (Again!)

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 22, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... are holding their traditional Harvest festivals, and we went to see one in Onolzheim – the Onolzheimer Hammeltanz. This is a small village and all the businesses and community groups put a float together, for the parade. And they have the Hammeltanz Koningen – which is a sheep! But we had heaps of fun and were kept very active keeping little Lena under control.

    I was working it out the other day and since my first trip to ...

    On the rail again to Prague (Praha )

    A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 04, 2014

    ... and then taking them off the train we think our 10min stop turned into a 20 minute stop,story of our travels right thru delays...... Finally on our way again we passed thru lovely little hillside towns in the old medieval styles we even spotted castles and a bridge high up in the rocks. Then from no where we stopped a station called bad schandau and a group of people alighted. The railway line had a sight ...