Hotel-Pension Trautenau

Address: Trautenaustrasse 14, Berlin, 10717, Germany | Hotel
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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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A Tour of Berlin

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Sep 06, 2014

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... want and let the consumer decide whose wurst is best.

[Note from Natasha: We've since discovered the origin. It was an invention as a result of WW2. Knowing there were lots of people to feed - the British flew in a tonne of curry (apparently an essential food group for them). The Americans flew in preposterous amounts of ketchup - the catch-all condiment of choice, and the Germans of course had an abundance of wurst, or sausage. The ...

Quite a bit of history

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jun 28, 2014

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Today our port was Warnemunde (Rostock), Germany. We left early and took a train further inland (2+ hour train ride).

We started in Oranienburg where the Sachsenhausen concentration camp was. The camp is open as a memorial and many of the buildings are gone but labelled with markers. This camp was one of the earlier concentration camps, opened in 1936 and intended to be a model ...

Day 135... A whole heap of treasure..

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 01, 2013

... cool. I would like to do a bit of research on all of these goodies. They are full of a lot of history. We still have about 10 boxes to open, our apartment is full! Haha hoarders! But specky was definitely a collector in his day, hence the 350 year old desk and chest still left in the apartment. He also showed us some police man hats that he collected which he claimed were worth 200 euros. They were very old looking, I am not sure from which era. He was ...

Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 26, 2013

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... t easy to understand, so we walked.

The checkpoint is just a small guard shack with signs letting you know that you're leaving the American sector and headed into the Russian sector. They have big pictures of soldiers, one American, one Russian on each side of the overhead sign. We visited the museum, which was mostly about people who tried to escape, and those who really made it. Really ingenious ideas on how to escape inside car gas tanks, speakers, welding machines, ...

Day 30-34 - History lessons and Berlin Underbelly

A travel blog entry by abs08 on Sep 18, 2013

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... finally getting to the hostel, I made my way to Brandenburg Tor to join a 2.5 hour free walking tour. Our tour guide, Stephanie, a kiwi girl who had been living in Berlin for 5 years, was nothing short of amazing! She is a history student and has been trying to write a book about the last 100 years of Berlin. Needless to say, she knew everything, and I mean everything, inside out and her passion for history was oozing with every statement. It was one of the ...

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