Hotel Belmondo am Kurfurstendamm Berlin

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Joachimstaler Str 39 - 40, (formerly Hotel Hardenberg), Berlin, 10623, Germany
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Business51

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Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project

by Romanix

Within my general framework «Simple living - simple travel» (Einfach leben - Einfach reisen) in June, 2010 I plan to carry out a project «Volksrad-2010». The idea is the following.

I live in St.Petersburg, Russia. On Saturday, 19 June 2010, early in the morning I come to Berlin-Tegel. By that time I should have an agreement that someone offers me his used bicycle - a simple, typical «Damenrad». I take this Damenrad, buy some necessary tools and parts and then start riding home on this bike - this is ca. 1500 km. It's OK - I have some experience in such kind of activity - see «Cycling Albania on a one-time-78-euro-bicycle» on the Web.

Anyway, I would appreciate some help on the following issues.

1. A way to acquire a donated bicycle. At the moment I have a couple of «background suggestions», but anyway intend to place an announcement on Quoka.de like «brauche eine Damenrad in geschenk fuer eine Radkulturprojekt». Is this a good, realistic idea?

2. I know only one sports shops network, this is Karstadt. I conjecture there are other bicycle and outdoor shops in Berlin (besides bicycle tools and parts I would like to buy a conpact gas stove). What are the names of such shops (the addresses I will find myself).

Any other hints are highly appreciated!

Re: Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project

by Ruhrbuerger

Great idea!
This "Ich brauche ein gebrauchtes Damenrad als Geschenk fuer ein Radkulturprojekt" or "Wer schenkt mir ein gebrauchtes Fahrrad für ein aussergewoehnliches Kulturprojekt?!" would be better and should work.
Other sport shop networks are: Sport Scheck http://www.sportscheck.com
Intersport http://www.intersport.de/
A bicycle shop network is ZEG http://www.zeg.de/
I wish you good luck!

Re: Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project

by chris.hh

Try this link, too. It is the ADAC (huge automobile club in Germany) - just for bikes. They also have some special events in and around Berlin. Maybe this fits with your time schedule. Some public attention;-)
www.adfc-berlin.de

They also have a link list for with shops that sell used bikes, I guess there should be some that also might donate for such an event. Have a look here:
www.adfc-berlin.de/service/gebrauchtraeder.html

Have a great time and ride!
Chris.

Re: Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project

by Odinnthor

I'm impressed!
Keeping this thread for future reference......d:o)

Re: Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project - COMPLETED!

by Romanix

So, finally I managed. A friend of mine living in Berlin recently bought new bicycles for his family and suggested me to collect a reasonable travel machine from 2 old bikes, I did it, you may see the photo of the bicycle, I gave her the name "Gabriela":

http://romanycz.travel.ru/201x/1006-Volksrad/00bici-ini.jpg

On this single-speed bile I passed more than 1500 km, the itinerary can be viewed on

http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/Volksrad-2010

Thank you for the encouragement, next year I plan to repeat such kind of project elswhere!

Re: Advice needed on a cyclo-cultural project

by Ruhrbuerger

WOW - SUPER!
My congratulations!

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the bears

by Igraine

The bears were designed by an artist from each country on the globe. They are to help in some wellfare project.
They are also going on tour in Europe, that must be why we didnt see the Dutch one :(. Some where distinctively from each country, like the US bear was the statue of liberty, some where covered in native decorations, like aztec and african drawings and others where a complete mystery to me.

To all victims of fashism and militarism

by flyingkiwi

from 1960 till 1990 this building had the above inscription.

After the GDR era, they changed the words (cause the Westerners found it too
pro-socialist).
They also put in this statue of Kaethe Kollwitz, an artist who lived till 1945
and always expressed political, pacifistic views in her work.
The original of this statue is only a few centimeters high - many people say
that with this new enlargement it lost it's effect, and is doing the artist
wrong.

Doreen on Spreeufer

by richiecdisc

Comfortable shoes as you'll be walking quite a bit no matter what you plan. A wide-angle lens is always useful in taking photos of buildings. A great guide like Doreen comes in handy. She speaks the local language, can drive in traffic, and is willing to walk around a city looking for what I am trying to find. Just what that is, sometimes I can't even say...until I find it. :)

Bernauer Strasse

by barryg23

Probably nowhere was the division created by the wall between east & west felt more than in Bernauer Strasse. This street was split, with neighbours, friends and often families divided by the wall.

Some of the houses in the picture were used as a means of escape. Tunnel diggers in the west - some working for money, others for ideological reasons - built tunnels under the street in order to help people escape from the east. Many of these escapes were successful, though some of the escapees and their helpers were arrested and/or shot when their plans were discovered.

Strawberry Daiquiri Heaven

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The Erdbeer-Bar (Strawberry-Bar) is a very trendy and busy place in Berlin-Mitte. It's great to come to this red bar which is decorated in a retro style to people watch. Listen to the music of the live DJ while you enjoy the "house specialty" - a giant tasty sweet Strawberry Daiquiri made from fresh strawberries. Everyone drinks them here. For a reason.... they are great! Don't come in red - people won't see you because of your camouflage look. Apart from that it doesn't matter.

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Address: Joachimstaler Str 39 - 40, (formerly Hotel Hardenberg), Berlin, 10623, Germany