Thang Long Hotel & Restaurant

Treskowallee 89, Berlin, 10318, Germany
Thang Long Hotel & Restaurant
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What Berliners wear...

by romebound

hi there - i'm coming from NYC - where anything really goes re: what people wear.

i'm visiting berlin for the first time in a week and saw that the forecast shows it'll be VERY HOT during the day in berlin! in nyc, people literally stop wearing clothes when it's that hot...same in berlin? of course, i don't plan to wear skimpy clothes, but will wearing flip-flops be accepted? i know that in europe people dress a bit more conservatively. please let me know if wearing flip flops would be offensive to cafes, restaurants, museums, etc.

thanks!

Re: What Berliners wear...

by blackbirdxx

in a leaflet of the airline Lufthansa I read the adequate sentence "In Berlin you can wear whatever you want, as long as it is black"

Re: What Berliners wear...

by Turtleshell

"Come as you are". It's really as simple as that.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/c8106/12626/a/

Re: What Berliners wear...

by eligal

Most of all, Berliners wear a sprinkle of vanilla sugar on top. A photo of a typical Berliner: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berliner_(pastry)

Re: What Berliners wear...

by MvomO

> i'm visiting berlin for the first time in a week and saw that the forecast shows it'll be VERY HOT during the day in berlin!

What? If you're visiting next week (and not in July/August) you must have gotten something wrong. It is true that it's quite warm in the sun, but overall I'd call it a bit chilly. Right now, 11am, it's sunny at 55°F, last night temperature dropped near freezing point.

Forecast for next week is around 65°F during the day, expect some 45°F and lower in the evenings.

You may keep an eye on th national weather service's temperature forecast at
http://www.dwd.de/bvbw/appmanager/bvbw/dwdwwwDesktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=_dwdwww_wetter_warnungen_deutschlandwetter&T31202958461164878569321gsbDocumentPath=Navigation%2FOeffentlichkeit%2FWetter__Warnungen%2FWetter__Deutschland%2F15__Tage%2F9__Tag__node.html__nnn%3Dtrue . The map shows overall temperatures for the day 9 ("Tag 9") from now, select other days on the left. Highest temperatures in orange, lowest in white, all of course in Celsius.


> please let me know if wearing flip flops would be offensive to cafes, restaurants, museums, etc. thanks!

Well, speaking of offensive: no flip flops, no shorts and no t-shirts in a church, that's the one thing you should not forget. Other than that, do as you like, still, I wouldn't wear flip flops in restaurants or museums, looks a bit cheap and touristy IMHO.

Re: What Berliners wear...

by Gili_S

He he, you have to come to Berlin and see that actually everything really goes or even nothing goes as you will not get arrested for being nude in the park in the heat of July ;-)

Re: What Berliners wear...

by romebound

thank you everyone for the response - yes i was totally mistaken re: weather - it shows quite bit of chilly weather :( (and some rain too!). i heard berlin is famously windy, so i'll have to bring jackets and DEFINITELY no flip-flops. i'll just wear my converse sneakers! any other tidbits would be appreciated!

Travel Tips for Berlin

You must see the Berlin Wall,...

by SheDragon

You must see the Berlin Wall, of course! I was there about nine years ago, only a couple years after the Wall came down, but they still had about a mile of it left standing. The murals that have been painted there are absolutely breathtaking and heart-wrenching. Seeing the first Western telephone booth in East Berlin. It was bright yellow.

Friedrichstrasse

by Mandy23

In the 1920s it was one of Berlins liveliest streets and it owes its political fame to the border crossing Checkpoint Charlie. Today you can find here many restaurants, places to shop, some of them really expensive, hotels etc

how to get there?
S+U Friedrichstraße, Tram 1, 50, Bus 100,157, 348; U Französische Straße; U Stadtmitte; U Kochstraße

Bears of Berlin

by CardinalBorusa

For some reason I didn't discover, bears in various guises are dotted all round Berlin.

At the time of my visit (Dec 2005), the 2006 World Cup Finals were being anticipated by the installation of a large table football game outside a cafe in Alexanderplatz, with a team of German bears taking on bears of assorted national colours. As I arrived, the multinational team scored a spectacular own goal...

What happened 17 June?

by matcrazy1

There was wide boulevard east of Branderburg Gate which together with Unter den Linden formed east-west axis of Berlin. This street was widen by Hitler to room huge military Nazi parades.

The boulevard is called Straße des 17. Juni to commemorate events which happened on 17 June 1953. On that day workers from East Berlin rised against Soviet authorities which occupied so called East Germany. They demanded free elections, removing borders divided two German states and freedom for political prisoners. The Soviet forces killed unknown number of Germans (200 - 400) during bloody fights. Futhermore 21 Berliners and 18 Soviet soldiers were accused of "moral capitulation on demonstraters".

Berlin got everything you want...

by paintbrother

Berlin got everything you want to do, best way to find the locations is the Citymagazin 'Zitty','Tip'
or 'Prince'(2,50€).These magazins have the whole program of two weeks,wahtever you want.
If you don't want to buy a magazin, you will get some for free allmost in every Bar('030','Flyer'...ect.).

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