Apartments am Brandenburger Tor

Behrenstr. 1B, Berlin, 10117, Germany | 3 star condo
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A travel blog entry by pam_steve

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... headquarters which is where all of the bombing raids on England were planned and is now used as a financial building for the German government. All ex-Nazi properties have been turned over to the German government or have been destroyed to ensure that the properties will never be privately owned and turned into shrines by Neo Nazis. Across the street from this was a partially intact portion of the Berlin Wall. On the other side of the Berlin Wall was where ...

Beginning of Berlin!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989

3

... the stone that makes graffiti wash away with the rain. The company that made this chemical actually helped design the chemical that the Jews were gassed with and there was a big controversy weather to use them or not but in the end they did. Also just a fact Hugo Boss designed the suits for the Nazi army but the worst example was with puma shoes. They tested there shoes for quality on the Jews who were forced to work until some of them died! Then after they would pull ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by annashakes

3

... checkpoint Charlie, burning book memorial...and others.; too many to name. We met some people along the way, some fellow Canadians from TO, New Yorkers and an Aussie. We finished at a good German restaurant and ate currywurst and drank litres of German beer. Pub crawl tonight. Wish us ...

Ich Bin Ein Berliner

A travel blog entry by jeffsaunders3

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... nicely with our €1.75 bottle of red wine (beer and wine here is super cheap, and can be drank in public) and of course the company of good friends. After dinner we took a walk and had some of the best ice cream I've ever had, strawberry with chocolate flakes in it. The night was complete, and we decided to get some rest for our trip to the Olympiastadion the following day.

We were really fortunate to have Alexis cook so much great food. I really take for granted ...

Hopping through Berlin

A travel blog entry by krolf

... the reason King Fredrick had it built so many years ago.

Just down the boulevard from the arc is another symbol of German history – the Victory Column. Commissioned to commemorate the victories of the Prussian armies in the 1800’s, a bronze statue of Victoria sits on top as a sign of pride for the German peoples. The local population is rather fond of nicknames, and this landmark is no exception. The people of this town dub the column “Golden Lizzy”, and ...

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