Hotel-Pension Zeljko

Gatower Strasse 89, Berlin, 13595, Germany | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Spandau area of Berlin, is near Berlin Wall, Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion), Spandau Citadel (Spandauer Zitadelle ), and Altstadt Spandau.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Beer, bears, bodies and bicycles...in Berlin

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 08, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

I found my mom standing right where she said she would be...gate 5OA....a big squeeze and a settled feeling....the time had arrived. Time for us to journey through eastern Europe together and see what it's all about. We were soon amongst it all, chatting with our new comrades and exchanging names and home countries and working our way through the itinerary ahead. Our guides name is Rafa and he is from Poland. Yet again, G Adventures has come through in ...

Quite a bit of history

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jun 28, 2014

13 photos

... incredibly important to remember…especially when there are people out there who deny the Holocaust.


From Oranieburg we went on to Berlin. As a child I was able to visit West Germany, but it was strongly recommended that we not go to West Berlin as it was in the middle of East Germany and the East German officials weren’t open to having pastors (as my dad was) enter their country. Having watched the fall of ...

Berlin: A young, funky place

A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Apr 25, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

... all throughout the station. We aptly navigated the Berlin subway station, taking the S-bahn and U-bahn (above ground and underground lines) to Senefelderplatz. To our surprise, the German subway system does not require you to use your ticket to enter or even collect you tickets, but instead relies on its citizens following the system. Thus we bought our first subway tickets at the train station, but never actually used them the entire weekend.
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Day 135... A whole heap of treasure..

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 01, 2013

... room for it all. Paul and I have decided that if we sell anything we will give him half of course. He also asked us if we could try to sell a picture frame for him. It's a huge one, maybe 2 metres by 2 metres. A very funny, interesting and nice person, and a survivor of 2 strokes! He even brought over an opal book from Australia that he had collected some years back to show us. We had a giggle about it. The miners looked so hilarious. Think we have made a friend. ...

Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 26, 2013

6 photos

... There's a small museum, but quite frankly, we've seen enough holocaust stories, so we moved through it pretty quickly. The memorial itself is very unusual and moving. It's a large field with 2711 concrete blocks of mixed sizes, set in a huge maze. There are rows and rows of block, the sidewalks are intentionally uneven and difficult to walk on.

We left there and grabbed a cab back to our apartment. Home cooked frozen pizza for dinner with a delicious dessert of oreos and ...

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