Apartmenthaus am Potsdamer Platz

Schoeneberger Ufer 75-77, Berlin, 10785, Germany | Condo
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Berlin

A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne

4

... Major brands, people shuffling through peak hour traffic.

We arrived at the hotel, had a quick freshen up and then out to dinner at a local restaurant. This turned out to be a fun night. The restaurant offered a variety of typical German meals and unlimited drinks, including spirits. The entertainment was a DJ standing at a podium with a sound deck who also sang. He then looked for volunteers to sing with him..... he also looked for dancers.

Sorry I should have ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

7
20

... 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 30-34 - History lessons and Berlin Underbelly

A travel blog entry by abs08

6

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Upon arriving into Berlin on Day 31 and acquiring a map, I realised very quickly that ZOB (Central bus station) was a long way from the city centre and the hostel – just the news I wanted to hear after a tiring journey where I Polish driver fell asleep about 10 times and put us in the ditch or in the adjoining lane only to swerve at the last second! It was an eventful trip and due to these flirts with danger, there was not much sleep to write home ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by maurerfamily

7

... the war. It was a small factory. It is important to realize that not all Germans supported the Nazis. Some knew that what the Nazis were doing was immoral and they took steps to do what they could to save others, even if it put them at risk personally.

Checkpoint Charlie is hardly noticeable but for the small building that was the U.S. checkpoint. The East German checkpoint plaza was destroyed. I am not sure if the ...

History

A travel blog entry by michelemweber

9

... Gallery where the east side of the wall has been painted by numerous artists and the west side still has all the graffiti on it from the days when it still functioned as The Wall. It's the longest section, maybe a mile. There are a couple continuous lines of cobblestones that go throughout the city marking where the wall had stood. It was strange to come across and imagine what it must have been like in that spot. One side of the street free, the other ...

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