Apartment Absolut

Alte Jakobstr. 77a, Berlin, 10179, Germany | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Berlin


A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 09, 2014

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... the Brandenburg Gates, the Jewish Memorial, House of Parliament, landmarks to note where the Berlin Wall was etc. Much more peaceful walking by ourselves.

The city is an interesting mix of historical and modern buildings. Although a lot of the old buildings were badly damaged at the end of WWII and have been rebuilt to appear original. There are massive building projects underway, cranes are a common part of the landscape. Berlin has been interesting but I wouldn't rush back ...

Pizza day

A travel blog entry by miura09 on Jul 25, 2013

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... the tv cables were fine. I think the cleaner stopped by as well. I ate 2 chocolate chip biscuits, Pringles and smarties because I couldn't be bothered with buying yoghurt etc. I walked and arrived 40 mins later at GLS stayed for a bit looking at my train routes to Poland. Then chatted with Lani for a while. I made several attempts to call my sister and Ratu. Unfortunately I couldn't get through. Eventually I left ...

Berlin, Prague, travel to Krakow

A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Jul 21, 2013

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... were women and men of all ages in their birthday suits! Apparently this is illegal, but has been tolerated for many decades for some reason. The Berlin Wall display is excellent viewing with huge billboards with vivid black and white pictures and recounting the impact on society and the people through significant events from the political rise of Hitler and a dictatorship in Germany from 1933, through the war, and then the Berlin Wall erection in 1961 ...

Berlin - a bit intense

A travel blog entry by lozzaine on Jul 20, 2013

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... Kreuzberg. Illana our guide was really informative and passionate about the subject and told us a lot about the Berlin wall, its sudden appearance, its effect on the people and their day to day lives, its fall, and the repercussions after that. It was truly fascinating and it was great to learn how the graffiti artists took advantage of the vacated buildings in the east left behind. We saw many examples, some of the more famous ...

I finally get to put my German to good use..

A travel blog entry by nicolejane88 on May 04, 2013

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... effective way of execution. The visit was definitely one that I would highly recommend but it also very emotional and moving. After Amsterdam we were keen for another bike tour so we joined in and spent the afternoon checking out all the historical points including the Brandenburg Gate which is one of 18 gates of the Berlin Wall. This gate is most famous as more than 100,000 Germans poured through the gate after the collapse of the wall in 1989. We made a stop at a car park ...

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