Hotel Sarotti-Hoefe

Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961, Germany
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Forum Posts

Trying to find info on a church

by ejs385

A friend of mine recalls visiting a small church or chapel on or near Greifswalder strasse. As he described it there was a house with a plaque in front which said something about Edith Stein and a small chapel behind the house.

Does anyone have any information about it?

Thanks,
ejs

Re: Trying to find info on a church

by leics

Do you mean the private Edith Stein Catholic School? It's at Greifswalder Straße 18 ...a college really, for social workers, educators etc.

If you google 'Griefswalder Strasse Edith Stein Berlin' you'll get several websites. They are all in German so you'll probably need the google translation facility to see if it is the place your friend means.

Re: Trying to find info on a church

by Turtleshell

Leics is right.

That's probably Katharinenstift which today hosts a Catholic College of Applied Sciences for Social Pedagogy (my translation). The college is named after Edith Stein. For further information on the nun, who was killed in Auschwitz, check Wikipedia's entry:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edith_Stein

Re: Trying to find info on a church

by stativi

This is the one at the bottom. as said the Katharinenstift:
http://www.augustinus-berlin.de/dekanat/corpus_christi.html

Travel Tips for Berlin

Park Sanssouci

by Gerrem

The Park Sanssouci was originally an orchard near Potsdam. This was the favorite retreat of King Friedrich II - later known as Friedrich the Great. Here he could stay without worries (hence the name sans souci, which means without worry in French). In 1744 the King commissioned architect Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff to build a summer palace, the Schloss Sanssouci (Sanssouci Palace). Here he could leave all the formalities of the royal court behind and spend time on his hobbies like music and philosophy. In the central room, the Marmorsaal which was loosely based on the Pantheon in Rome, he would invite famous philosophers like Voltaire.
The design of the Sanssouci Palace was based on sketches made by Friedrich the Great himself. The relatively small palace with only 12 rooms was completed in 1747. It is located on top of a terraced vineyard, known as the Weinberg (wine mountain). The palace is only one storey high, but beautifully decorated in rococo style.

The 700acres/287ha large park around the palace consists of several different gardens, all with their own character. The park contains many statues and fountains, the largest of them, the Große Fontäne in front of the Sanssouci Palace is 18 meters high.

For more pictures have a lokk on my Potsdam page!

New Year Eve celebrations

by Elena_blue

German people celebrate in great joy the arrival of the New Year. They all go out to the streets, the basic meeting point is the Brandenburg Gate on both sides, blow fireworks and drink champagne. On the 17 Juni str. side of the gate, there was also a concert and some kiosks for buying alcohol.
Just a complain: At that night I was outside the Adlon hotel in the gate area. However I heard now music, I heard no special announcment, I saw no fireworks or any other organized festive activities run by the local authorities.
Still enjoyed it!
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2007!

Relaxing in the water

by sinoda

The place is called Liquidrom Therme Berlin and the main idea is to listen to music while soothing in warm, hot salted water.

It is relaxing, eventhough it was too salty for your lips. But on the other side you wouldn't be able to float and keep your ears under the water, for the loud-speakers are beneath the watersurface.

There are several pools and a bar, you pay with a jeton-system - only when exiting you balance the bill.

As Finns here a comment on the sauna is required. What a poor attempt to copy the northern way of bathing. First of all the sauna was way tooo dry. Secondly you absolutely need to pour or cast water from time to time on the heated stones. There was NO water what so ever.

great gift ideas and elegant atmosphere

by dircelo about Christmas market Gendarmenmarkt

This is one of Berlins many christmas markets. The only one with an general admission of 1Euro. It is still full of Berliners and visitors. The organisers take care of selecting only the nicest, classiest and most inventive sellers of art, food, spices, decorativ stuff etc. It is a so called High End X-Mas Market. not only to buy, to eat and drink: seafood, hot wine, champagne, wine...great for x-mas gift ideas. It depends on what you have in your wallet

in Berlin you are able to find...

by ersavas

in Berlin you are able to find many and different kinds of clubs . But the problem is to find the one that you will like. I can suggest you to ask for a citynight map in S-Bahn stations for free. Otherwise you can go in a bookstore and look for good places in the booklets. (without buying the book of course)

Quasimodo : a good place in Kantstrasse, Jazz/Blues Live Music
Hackescher Markt : is a place that you can find many pubs around.

- Knaack Klub www.knaack-berlin.de
- Pfefferberg
Disco-Bars :
- Havana
- Matrix
- Oxymoron
- Dante
- Tresoer
- 90 Grad
- Sage Club
- Soda Club
- and many more ...
try to find them yourself

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Address: Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961, Germany