Pension Purwins

Arndtstrasse 13/14, Berlin, 12623, Germany | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near Memorial Centre for the Victims of the Ministry of State Security, Stasi Museum, Mueggelsee, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

From Ancient Lands to the Modern Day

A travel blog entry by denninfamily on Jun 24, 2014

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... Next, we visited the Holocaust Memorial again, as Nana left the tour early yesterday and hadn't seen it. On our way back to the hotel, we found a delightful Italian restaurant with outdoor tables and we dined on delicious pizza and home made pasta. The weather was lovely and we relaxed and rested our weary feet. This was one of our warmest days so far-78 degrees. As we neared the hotel, we noticed that the Catholic church, St. Hedwigs ...

Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome on May 06, 2014

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... that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.

Ok, now that I've gotten the dark and twisty over with, who wants to hear about currywurst and Dirty Dancing!?

My second day in Berlin got off to a much brighter beginning. To dispel my feelings of homesickness, I sought out the most comforting thing I could think of, and found it in the lovely neighborhood of Prenslauer Berg. It was Canadian pancakes made with Canadian bacon, woohooo! With every bite I ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 29, 2013

7 comments, 20 photos

... move freely between the Western and Eastern parts of Berlin. But many East Berliner were attracted by the more prosperous West, and by 1961 up to 20,000 East Germans a month flocked to West Berlin. On August 12, 1961 the East German authorities decided to close the border around the Western sectors of Berlin in order to prevent people from fleeing. Officially, it was an antifascist protection barrier to defend the East against Western aggression. The next day, early morning August ...

Day 7 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by dior114 on Sep 21, 2013

... because I wasn't sure what all the bears around the city were. We learnt about the the Berlin Wall and saw where it was knocked down and about the double brick lines running where the wall was so so people cannot forget. The wall was there to block people from east to west Germany . We also learnt about Hitler I didn't pay much attention about Hitler because I didn't like the ...

More Russian Practice

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 05, 2013

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Just a nice building by the water.



And a nice bridge. Well a bit of the bridge anyway. I must remind myself to take more photos. It's not as if these were the most impressive buildings I saw on the day.



I think this is a museum. There are always a few buskers here and the usual hippie crowd that always hangs around this sort of place. It makes it lively but it also unfortunately lends ...

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