Marie City Apartments

Marienstr. 23, Berlin, 10117, Germany | Condo
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A travel blog entry by fokkensfamily


... rebuild after the building was partially destroyed in the war. The Germans amaze me with their technology. The dome has an metal cone in the centre of it that both takes stale air out of the building and collects rain and snow preventing it from falling in the building meanwhile the heat from the stale air is captured and used to heat the building. We then walked around more sights, regularly getting lost, mostly because of blocked roads, we had lunch in ...

What's left to do but surrender?

A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear


... with complete lack of understanding of the language) I am worn out... physically and emotionally. I don't think that I expected it to be so draining. Also, a truth I'm rather embarassed to admit... I lost my way for a bit.. Or maybe I was too busy only paying attention to MY way. My last Sunday back home, I sang To Make You Feel My Love, and said that no one deserves to say those words more than God, and the reason I could do this trip was because I finally understood ...

The European Adventure continues

A travel blog entry by colgaz


... of the allies into the city. One of the main buildings of that era was the Reichtag,.. an imposing and grand building that ...

Beer soaked Berlin

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan


... to persuade Becky to look at models of the trains we’ve been travelling on for a month. In reality though it is much, much more than a model railway exhibition. From festivals and ski resorts to hot air balloons flights, everything is made out the tiniest materials, intricately created to give the illusion of a miniature reality. We both loved it, and couldn’t believe the sheer amount of care and attention put in.


Week Five

A travel blog entry by tbeers


... It was very cold inside and eerie. After leaving we read the description and the artist who created it left the purpose of it very open ended. One of my favorite parts of the museum was the Memory Void, which consisted of 10,000 faces. The artist called it Fallen Leaves, and dedicated it to the innocent victims of war and violence. I loved how simple and symbolic the exhibit was.

After leaving that museum we headed to Checkpoint Charlie. I was very confused to ...


This condo, located in the Treptow-Köpenick area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, The Badeschiff, Sammlung Hoffman, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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