Hotel-Pension Trautenau

Trautenaustrasse 14, Berlin, 10717, Germany | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ncorkhill


... to humanity itself. We stopped at the Holocuast memorial, Jewish museum, and parts of the Berlin Wall. On our second day there we traveled out of the city to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. It was rainy throughout our visit to the camp, befitting an already depressing memorial to the past crimes of the Holocaust. I thought I knew a lot about this time in history from school, but being there where it all actually occurred taught us ...

Day Forty One

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell


... Not much meat at all... So Lisa B and I went halvies in a margarita pizza which was a lot better! Actually the ordered meals coming out looked good... Just not our bulk meals. We then spent the rest of the night in the restaurant/bar having a few drinks and chatting, saving ourselves for the next three big nights! With a big day of sightseeing tomorrow I was in bed just after 12... Very much looking forward to checking out Berlin ...

Berlin - Wunderbar!

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... are very interesting, with lots of drawers and cupboards to open and explore, a replica of an average apartment (very small), and even a model of a typical DDR car the Trabont, nicknamed the Trabi which was made of duro plastic. Unfortunately the museum is not laid out with a traffic flow pattern so it quickly seems like a jumble of people, each trying to go their own way. Al's favourite part is the replica of the rooms the secret police used for "questioning". "You will ...

Berlin walk

A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi


... to see it. We walked past lots of cool buildings and the Jewish museum. Then we walked on to Charlie's checkpoint.So we took some pictures around that. Then we kept walking and came up to the big centre for tourists which is a big dome which can be closed in the rain. Then we kept walking and went and had the rest of lunch in this big old park which was beautiful. Then we went to Berlin gate which was really cool. Then onto the big parliament building which was amazing!!!! Then ...

Day 3 in Berlin...the sights

A travel blog entry by linda.seyler

... cathedral in the city.

  • The former Congress Hall, now the House of World Cultures; it is nicknamed "the pregnant oyster" Berliners because of its unique roof shape. I instantly thought of Calgary's Saddledome (which by the way, has never reminded ME of a pregnant oyster!)
  • The Reichstag Dome ... rebuilt in glass to symbolize the re-unification, now provides visitors with a degree view of the city, as well as a view down ...


This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, and La Vie en Rose.
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