Haus La Garde

Bergengruenstr. 16, Berlin, 14129, Germany | Hotel
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Day 18 & 19: Hot days!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... our flat to eat during the day. The areas with shade were the best to sit under.

The concentration camp we went to visit was called Sachsenhausen. It is located just outside of Berlin in a small town. There was so much to see at the camp, but the guide did a good job showing us around in the limited time we had.

We saw original restorations of parts of the camp, parts of the camp during Soviet occupation, and some small ...

A four powers to one Power house

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... Russian and French soldiers in the area of the gate and getting money for being photographed witht the tourist, each actor carried a national flag but not necessarily with regard to the uniform that they were wearing. And many of the parts of the uniform were incorrect, One guy was wearing a pair of dress officer greens pants with a incorrect jacket, more like the 1950s and the stripes were that of a WW II master sergeant. Another guy was wearing greens with 2 stars and a name tag ...

Day 7 - More Berlin

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... constituted as Prussia and when it changed.)

A stroll back through the park and we were back at the reichstag and Bundestag. Quite a strange time warp feeling, which starts here and lasts through a lot of the war memorials etc, developed. Hindsight etc.

Just slightly further down there is a holocaust memorial. It's a lot of cement blocks spread out on an uneven floor all different sizes and shapes, some towering 10/11ft high. All however ...

Beyond the Berlin Wall: A Unique Trip to Berlin

A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... family and shut the whole place down instantly. It then became a destination for break-ins due to its creepy nature and poorly guarded premise (millions of dollars of debt definitely didn’t defend the place). The daughter of the former owner decided to make use of the place by opening it up for tours just recently. In fact, unless you have a tour, walking on the grounds is still trespassing.

With all that background, I ...

Museum Island and the canals.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


... structure covered with carvings of mythical beings and gods in battle with the Titans. And we could walk up the steps!! This was an awe- inspiring place and, even more amazingly, was saved from being dismantled and used for solid defences in Berlin during World War 2.
In the next room is one of the gates, The Ishtar Gate, that led to the ancient city of Babylon. It is covered in glazed tiles depicting ...


This hotel, located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf area of Berlin, is near Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum), Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), and Schlachtensee.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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