Kushinda Elberfelderstr

Elberfelderstr. 39, Berlin, 10555, Germany | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Where have all the livestock gone, gone faraway

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... digital speedometer (you saw that in a picture or two), automatic parking brake when the engine was turned off, a computer that include a navigation system in multiple languages and so many more things that I did not even figure out. It was called a Picasso and that was pretty cool as Picasso is one of my favorite artist.
With that as the major mission we had to have the car returned by 17.00, on Friedrichstrasse in downtown ...

Berlin, Germany!

A travel blog entry by stazz


... if someone doesn't even know it is a memorial than of course they aren't going to have the same emotion if they knew. I mean kids are running all over the moment and playing! Teenagers are smoking and drinking. Just doesn't seem like it does the holocaust justice. Just seems like a big park with big blocks. And the tour guide was saying that it was a big debate weather to mention each Jew's names on the blocks, but she thinks that ...

Berlin, Day 1

A travel blog entry by opollak


... Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood in northeast Berlin. This neighborhood is known as a hip, young neighborhood with vibrant restaurants, bars, and nightlife. The neighborhood used to be down and out, but has more recently been gentrified and taken over by "hipsters" and young German families. We ate crepes and salad outside on the sidewalk, but our meal ended on a sour note when I realized my iPhone had been stolen. I had placed it right next to my hand on the ...


A travel blog entry by lalbares


... The view from the Bell Tower of the
stadium and downtown Berlin was worth the trip out there.
We also went to the National History Museum, it was interesting
reading about the events post WWI leading up to WWII. There were way
too many things to read about in a few hours though, a person could

Touring the Third Reich

A travel blog entry by trishreinten


... saw it all happen and they thought the government were sending over spies. They didn't say anything until the next morning when it was too late. Apparently the father and son still live in Germany.

The last stop was Checkpoint Charlie. It was once the third checkpoint into Western Berlin, the US section. Today a replica has been rebuilt and the guards are actually actors. There is another famous escape story from this checkpoint as well. A western Berlin man ...


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