Hotel Friedenau

Fregestrasse 68, Berlin, 12159, Germany
Hotel Friedenau
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by ChepassaChica07

Hiiiiiiiiii VT's, am going to Berlin 2morrow, so give mig a quick reply please, am arriving 6pm, is there ANY shops at all open in Berlin except for the main station - and what about on Sunday?

Thank you in advance ;O)


by Kathrin_E

Saturday - yes. Sunday - no.


by stativi

There are also some shops at ostbahnhof and other bigger train station like Friedrichstraße (not just main station) and some small shops in areas like Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg who open on sunday.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Berlin highlights

by diocletianvs

Of course, once inside the bookshop I bought some other books as well:

Berlin architecture and design is a small picture-book showing the main highlights of Berlin architecture and some of the best interiors worth visiting.

Berlin highlights by Clemens Beeck (with photos by Günter Schneider) is a quick overview of main sights of Berlin, more worth for the pictures than for the text giving only brief info.

Berlin New Architecture by Michael Imhof and Leon Krempel is a guidebook to new Berlin architecture from 1989 to today. From Reichstag to Potsdamer Platz and from Galleries Lafayette to the Nordic Embassies it lists all most important new buildings with basic info and a short description. Even if you're not an architect I guess this is interesting since Berlin in the 1990s was Europe's largest construction site.

Be yourself!!

by yellowstar

Berlin is very much about individuality. Everybody dresses the way he likes to and doesn't follow a big trend. Munich, Dusseldorf and Hamburg are totally different. All the young people are proud of there own style and intend on keeping it. You will not have many difficulties with doormen - except for a few places, of course.

The Bundeswehr-memorial - to finally honour our so

by travellingdan

I am definitely not a "hawk" and see war as really the last ressort for solving conflicts. But at least if we send soldiers to the Balkans, Congo, Afghanistan we should honour their dedication and commitment - especially if they paied with their lifes. Finally we therefore have a memorial site, built on the area of the Ministry of Defense but open for the public.

Unfort. both websites are avail. only in German

more or less right in the middle of Hildebrandstreet (roundabout the number 5), at the rear entrance of the Ministry for Defence / right across the embassy of Estonia


by lina112 about Souvenirs

One way to tell if you're in the East or West Berlin is looking at the traffic lights. In the east the government of the DDR standard traffic lights changed to red and green circle for a friendly character. That is how the Ampelmann (men's light) were born, the Ampelmann green and red across strongly with arms outstretched to indicate that no one should cross. After reunification began to replace the traffic lights in East Berlin by those who had in the West but popular pressure got to cancel the changes and keep on with the old lights. Ampelmann today has become a symbol of the city and the Ostalgie and even in a business that sells T-shirts, candy, stationery and more.

Una de las formas de saber si uno está en el Berlin Este o Oeste es mirando los semáforos. En el este el gobierno de la DDR cambió los semáforos estándar con el círculo rojo y verde por un personaje amistoso. Así nacieron los Ampelmänner (hombres del semáforo), el Ampelmann verde cruzando decididamente y el rojo con los brazos extendidos para indicar que nadie debe cruzar. Después de la reunificación se empezaron a sustituir los semáforos de Berlin Este por los mismos que había en el Oeste pero la presión popular consiguió que se cancelaran los cambios y así seguir con el antiguo semáforo. Hoy el Ampelmann se ha convertido en un símbolo más de la ciudad y de la Ostalgia e incluso en un negocio que vende camisetas, dulces, material de papelería y demás.

. . . more than only a bar

by Karin1S about Pfau

it's the right place after a long day . . . enjoy your "happy hour" cocktail till 9:00 or go out for dinner . . . they offer a very delicious italian cusine for fair prices . . . take a beer at the bar . . . i nice place for the whole day Hey, it's Kreuzberg - there is no dress code!


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