Sunshinehouse-Berlin

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Wexstrasse 8, Berlin, 10825, Germany

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    Cheap and clean

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    We spent four nights here as our base on our cricket tour to Berlin and found the accommodation perfectly acceptable - we had three man rooms (three singles) with a bathroom shared with another room and a communal kitchen. The room was clean, breakfast delivered proved perfectly adequate - they gave us a packed breakfast for our 5am departure. The facilities were basic but very adequate for our needs, with good showers, basic furnishing. During the week it is also home to a lot of the Gastarbeiter who are working on Berlin's building sites.

    Unique Quality: Very cheap, with friendly and helpful staff. The cheapest rooms are EUR 28 per night and that is based on three sharing.

    Directions: U4 and S-Bahn Innsbrückerplatz

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Forum Posts

in berlin july 29th till Aug 3rd

by tbshell77345

Anyone have suggestions for clubs or bars to check out in Berlin for the 6 days i'll be there. If anyone will be there as well head out with me for a drink. I'm 26 and from NYC.

-Tom

Re: in berlin july 29th till Aug 3rd

by Barbara_DeG

HI,
I'm in Berlin now and a friend gave me these names and locations. He's a Swiss/Italian artist who lives in Chicago and Berlin and very hip although about 15 years older than you. Below are his unedited notes. Hope this helps.

From Marco:

the two coolest areas in berlin are kreuzberg and prenzlauerberg.

KBERG italian restaurant: rocco & fratelli +/-, lausitzerplatz
kreuzberg. pizzeria/pasta. Good. super terrace in summer

PBERG cool bars for the day are at helmholtzplatz, on the north and
east side of the square. they dont write up their names, you just have
to ask. it's quite hip, always understated. there's wohnzimmer, aka,
liebling, ...

for a splurge, try hartmann's at fichtestrasse 31 kreuzberg, tel 030 61
20 10 03. probably one of the best rstaurants in berlin. expensive, chic

oderquelle, oderbergerstrasse 27. PBERG. typical german cuisine, really
good and cheap. you have to book ahead. the street is very charming.
030 44 00 80 80

hackbarth is the artists' bar in mitte, cool, unassuming. on
auguststrasse

bar: luxus, belforter strasse 18, seems great for late night. have not
been but i hear good things.

cafe morena on wienerstrasse and spreewaldplatz is really nice. KBERG.
they have one of the best fruhstück in town. good for wireless

bar: myslinska bar kreuzberg, schlesischesrtrasse - artists' bar, good
music. a dive

close to your hotel there is a restaurant and beer garden in the zoo
area, called the schleusen krug, Metro tiergarten. excellent sausages.

bar: möbel-olfe in KBERG, metro kottbussertor. artists gay bar, amazing
atmosphere.

breakfasts: at anna blume, angle kollwitzstrasse and skredzkystrasse in
PBERG, very good. somewhat chic

bar: cccp (sssr), on torstrasse, MITTE. great drinks and music. for
late nights.

sasaya on lychenerstrasse 50, PBERG serves he best sushis in berlin.
really amazing. tel 030 44 71 77 21. book because it is generally full.
not that expensive, actually-

Re: in berlin july 29th till Aug 3rd

by ZIGZAG2

I'll be in Berlin from Aug 1 to Aug 4 with 2 friends for the Intl Berlin Beer Festival, maybe you've heard of it. http://www.bierfestival-berlin.de/index.php?idcat=24

If you're into beer at all this will be the place to be. If you want to let me know where you plan to stay maybe we can meet up for a few liters. Cheers... Marc from So Cal

Travel Tips for Berlin

The Law of the Masses

by JourneyOf1

The Law of the Masses! When you exit a U or S-Bahn, a bus or tram its the law you need to walk as fast and hard as the mass of people behind you are walking. You are less likely to get run over, passed and tripped, and otherwise shoved or bumped if you live by this law. When I first got to Berlin I wasn't used to doing so much walking (and whoever that was who mentioned on the forum that I shouldn't wear my stylish boots: I did it anyway :-P and survived) but by the day I left, I was well used to keeping up and passing any Berliner on the move. By the last day I was even taking the stairs instead of the escalators!

My friend Robin gave me this tip btw, he'd been to Berlin twice more than I. Very cool guy!

Remembering Famous Past Victories

by fishandchips

The Victory Column is surrounded by a street circle with heavy car traffic and is one of the more famous sights of Berlin. It was created to commemorate the victory of Prussia in the Danish-Prussian war though by the time it was inaugurated in 1873 Prussia, had also defeated Austria France in the Franco-Prussian War giving the statue a new purpose. The later victories inspired the addition of the bronze sculpture of Victoria seen on the top.

If you want to climb up it, you can reach the column through four tunnels, and run up a steep spiral staircase of 285 steps and get a spectacular view over the Tiergarten.

Berliners, with their fondness for disrespectful names of famous buildings, call the statue Goldelse, meaning something like "golden Lizzy". Very nice.

Berthold Brecht Hause and Gravesite

by dlandt

Berthold Brecht was a Communist poet and playwright who lived his final days in Berlin. Although often estranged from the rulers of E Germany, he was equally suspect in the West for his Communist ideology. Today, most people tend to think of Brecht as more of an anti-bourgeoisie rebel than a committed Communist and he will likely one day be remembered more for his work on the stage than for his politics.

Brecht was an atheist and has no religious markings on his grave. His "house" lies next door to his gravesite, and has a cafe\bookstore, a cellar restaurant, and some of his personal affects. He lies next to his wife, Helene Weigel-Brecht.

Luxury shoes

by nomadig about Budapester Schuhe

If you are looking for a good shoes, set your path towards Budapester Sucher on Kurfürstendamm. The large store has an excellent selection of luxury brand shoes for both he and she.

The focus is on formal shoes, but there is a number of more relaxed footwear, too. Brands include, for example, Prada, Miu Miu, Dior and Gucci The prices are high, as usual with these brands, but not outrageous. On the other hand, my view may be tilted, as good shoes are so expensive, and virtually non-existent, in Finland for some reason.

The shop has also a limited number of accessories, such as scarves and bags. There is a small number of shoes for children, too.

We had really nice party on...

by Laurike

We had really nice party on the roof one night !!I can not tell you how to go there, but you can see in this picture that roof. It was beautiful view, nice and free people, and of course german beer !

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