Hotel Pension Haubach Central

Haubachstrasse 22, Berlin, 10585, Germany
Hotel Pension Haubach Central
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Forum Posts

Poland from Berlin?

by Cuca

Hello everybody!

I am going to Berlin for 3 days and I was wondering if you could recommend a place to visit in Poland? Of course I tought of Warsaw but it is a 5 hour train ride...I was thinking a day trip. What can you recommend?

Thanks!

Re: Poland from Berlin?

by christine.j

It's only about two hours from Berlin to Szczecin, a beautiful city in a beautiful area, near the sea. Check out trains and times on www.bahn.de

Re: Poland from Berlin?

by nirdvorai

If you have more then a day, go to Gdansk. A truly beautiful city.

Re: Poland from Berlin?

by abalada

With just 3 days for Berlin I would go nowhere. Not even to Potsdam.
3-4 days is the absolute minimum for Berlin.

Re: Poland from Berlin?

by Turtleshell

To second abalada: With only three days, stay in Berlin. If you must "escape" the city for a day, travel to Potsdam, and even that could be a waste of time. But to spend a day in Poland for the sake of seeing another country or so seems unfounded.

Travel Tips for Berlin

City in motion

by mariquita

I have been to Berlin twice. The first time was short after the fall of the wall and the second not long ago. The city looks totally different after this short period of time. The area around the wall, even the Reichstag area was like abandoned. Now everything has changed.

take a look at this building...

by greentara

take a look at this building as you shop, it's called the Friedrichstadtpassage in Mitte. One part of it is called Galleries Lafayette, it has a wonderful center piece similar to the inside of an enormous glass easter egg and a pile of smashed metal as you can see in the photo. There's also my favorite shop in there it's called Dom, heaps of funny stuff ;)
It's on the Friedrichstrasse, Ubahn stop Französicshe Strasse

Hicking throug Grunewald

by Nelie

A nice and not to hard walk is to go arround the Grunewald See

In February 2003 it was extremly cold and the complete lake was frozen. My boy friend lived for 2 years in Berlin and he often was at Grunewald See but he never saw the lake with an ice cap.

Oberbaumbrücke – Berlin’s most beautiful Bridge

by Kakapo2

This is clearly Berlin’s most beautiful bridge, despite the nice statues on Schlossbrücke and other good constructions. You do not even think it is a bridge when you first see it. It looks more like a loan from Red Square in Moscow or St. Petersburg, a kind of long-stretched fairy-tale castle.

This spectacular bridge, made of red bricks, was built from 1894 to 1896 and served as one of the eight inner-city checkpoints after the separation of Berlin into West and East on 13 August 1961.

After difficult negotiations the first of four agreements (Passierscheinabkommen) between Berlin’s Senate and the GDR government was signed on 17 Dec 1963. In the following weeks – from 19 Dec 1963 until 4 Jan 1964 – tens of thousands of West-Berliners crossed Oberbaumbrücke for day visits to see their relatives in the East for the first time since the construction of the Wall. After the lifting of travel restrictions for GDR citizens on 9 November 1989, Oberbaumbrücke was also opened again, and the free citizens of the free state of GDR could finally step into real freedom.

Historically Oberbaumbrücke was already erected in 1724 as a wooden bridge, and over centuries it was Berlin’s longest bridge. The new construction with the seven vaults, viaducts and many arches was part of the construction of Berlin’s S-Bahn system (see also: Hackescher Markt). It had been badly damaged during World War II and due to its location right at the border it could only be reconstructed after the reunification.

The structure had to be strengthed for the trains. On the fifth anniversary of the fall of the Wall, on 9 Nov 1994, it was re-opened for traffic and pedestrians, and a year later the railway line was extended to Warschauer Straße.

On photo 2 you see a train on the bridge. Makes a nice contrast ;-)

Photo 3 is the view to Oberbaumbrücke from “our” restaurant in Schlesische Straße.

Photo 4 a spectacular contrast with a tiled building in the background.

Directions:
U-Bahn/S-Bahn stations Schlesisches Tor and Warschauer Straße

VT meeting and blues concert

by matcrazy1 about Yorckschlosschen Club and Bar

In this famous Yorckschlosschen Club and Bar in artistic district (Berlin's Mont-Martre) Kreuzberg where both famous and a little underground jazz/blues bands used to play I met three VT-ers living in Berlin:
- Gillian (GillianMcLaughlin)
- Karin (Karin1S)
- Dimitris (Dimi1)
Thank you very much my new friends, you made our evening, one never to forget :-)


We went there at about 9.00 pm on Saturday. Karin booked the table for us five, just in front of small scene. Thanks a lot Karin, the place was crowded with people of age 20 to maybe 70 :-) and there were exclusively standing places when we came in. We were talking a lot, enjoying our company, beer and the atmosphere a lot.

CONCERT
There are live jazz, blues, rythm'n blues, blues rock etc. concerts on each Wednesday and Saturday night (start at 9.00 or 10.00 pm) and on each Sunday afternoon (2.00 pm) in the club. The concerts are free of charge. The customers are surcharged a little money (a few eurocents) for everything they order during concerts. Better book a table (call the number below a few days before) unless you want to stay.

On 28 Feb 2004 at 10 pm the concert "Kuchenbecker's Back in Town" of bluesy swing quartet started. They played both Blues and Swing standarts and their own compositions. I liked especially the sax solo actions by Walsdorf and "high energy" bassist Kuckenbecker. They played till as I remember 1.00 am.

The band:
Berndt Kuckenbecker - bassist,
Henrik Walsdorf - saxophone (my favourite),
Uli Jenne?e - drums,
Karl Schloz from NYC - guitar. Anything you want. It was a laid-back place

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