Pension 58 Berlin Mitte

Strelitzer Str. 58, Berlin, 10115, Germany | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Brecht Weigel Museum, Hackbarth's, and McPaper&Co.
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Saying Goodbye to Another City...

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... br> The most important thing to take away is that Nuremberg plays the role as a city who was able to resurface after World War II with an identity that separated them from the historical ties to Nazism. I think that considering the history they had to come to terms with, they have for the most part successfully balanced memory and forgetting in a way that tells the story and significance of its past, without pushing too much of it out of ...

    Cars on the road to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... of the west". The drama played out with the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall. The wall fell, the Cold War was over and Germany was finally reunited in 1990. It had been quite a story.

    So the road to Berlin is a poignant and compelling journey, not only driving to the sunset, but to the very heart of the twentieth century. In the days of the Cold War, the drive to West Berlin was a convoluted process. Since West Berlin lay deep within communist East Germany, ...

    Bubu's Berlin

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 04, 2013

    23 photos

    ... our pocket, staring at intersections hoping a sign would materialise, and wondering where the F*$# is this bus stop. With painful faces, shuffling feet and constant uncomfortable jiggling of our packs we arrived at our terminal to complete the first of the formalities of our new people-moving-transport era. The process was repeated at the other end, where we sat on the bus with tired expressions guarding our pile of belongings, watching out the window hoping ...

    WOW!

    A travel blog entry by tonitsmith on Aug 03, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... not need to see. Being Summer there are many festivals and markets taking place. The Open Bus Tour was a really great way to see the City and decide what you wanted to go back to. The commentary was informative and available in 13 different languages! We stuck with English as Australian was not an option! We were able to pop off the bus when we saw a park and eat our lunch which had been able to make in the very ...

    Berlin

    A travel blog entry by leahclay on Jul 28, 2013

    ... to the Berlin Historical Museum, which wasn't the greatest museum, but at the end there were two good movies that gave us a run down on Berlin history. Then we walked over to the Genarmenmarkt square where there are two lovely churches (one French and one German - but both almost identical. The French one was built for the Eugonots - sorry spelling - who fled France because they were Protestant. The German one was built three years after the French church, and is exactly one ...