Clipper Garden Home

Address: Theklastrasse 20, Berlin, 12205, Germany | 4 star condo
 
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Travellers in Germany

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Dec 22, 2014

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... peruse their music careers, or are successful after having graduated uni. The musician worked at a warehouse bar on east-side Berlin. One of the trendy bars that is housed in an old run-down warehouse that is also home to many underground clubs and hangouts for kids of subculture. Sadly, the bar was closed on the Monday we went to visit, so we didn't get to see inside, but the warehouse space was amazing. All graffitied and lurking with (friendly) ...

The Aftermath Makes a Difference

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... become part of the world.

After the fall of the Nazi Party, Berlin struggled to come to terms with the atrocities that had occurred during Hitler's reign. The city had to rebuild and remodel itself while the world watched. However, one major event set this city apart from all of the other cities. Berlin, like the rest of Germany, was divided into four sectors, each governed by a different Allied Power. Before long, the ...

I hate train travel

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 15, 2014

2 comments

... apartment. We are staying in the old East Berlin in a bit of a grubby area, full of graffiti, more of which we will explore more fully tomorrow.

PS Lindy, re the zoo: no, we didn't go, but we could hear the zebras whoowhawing and some exotic birds splitting the dawn silence with their loud, mournful, repetitive calls. We looked at the water birds through the fence from the street, including some gorgeous black necked swans, and of course, my favourite, the flamingo. ...

A Day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 11, 2014

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... is a chillingly familiar experience. There are subtle memorials: a commemorative plaque, a statue of a naked man with hands bound, and a very plain, straight, slightly raised metal strip which marks the site of the execution. Despite a light drizzle and various maintenance works, this was another intensely powerful moment, of which there have already been so many examples on this amazing trip. You stand, you contemplate, you think, you reflect.
Inside, there is a very informative ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by rachelmac on May 08, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... idea about the Soviet occupation of Berlin, the wall and the life changing impact if had upon the people. Visiting Checkpoint Charlie and the museum was an eye opening and emotional experiences. The wall literally went up overnight separating families, loved ones, many people were shot trying to get over the barricades and later the wall. The escape plans I learnt about, of tunnels, of people being smuggled in modified petrol tanks, really shows the ...