Hotel Pension Insor

Address: Samariterstrasse 15, Berlin, 10247, Germany | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near East Side Gallery, Stasi Museum, Friedrichshain, and Sunday Market at Boxhagener Platz.
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    Almost another Story or When Trains go on Strike

    A travel blog entry by craftyannie on May 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... worked perfectly just an hour later than originally planned. We are having a new experience today too: our first ride on one of Europe's high speed trains. There is a display panel at the end of the car with various information including the speed. The highest we have seen it was 250km/hr. The train is so smooth it does not feel as though you are hurtling along at that speed. Also, these high speed trains are WiFi equipped so ...

    East to West

    A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Aug 22, 2014

    1 photo

    ... things related to the war. It was interesting that there was nothing at Hitler's bunker. You would never know what, or where it was if you weren't on a tour. This was so Neo-Nazi's couldn't commemorate it or rebuild it or assign it as some kind of shrine.

    It was interesting to see all these landmarks as most of it was destroyed in the war. Berlin had to completely rebuild, so most building were still rebuilt as the original however ...

    Study Tour- Day 34

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 27, 2014

    ... commemorated the Oranienburg camp. The gate into the camp read "hard work will set you free", which is just a lie. Immediately upon entering you were in the roll call area. Thousands of prisioners would line up here each day. On time, prisoners were forced to stand for a day, over night, and into the next day, they weren't allowed to help each other or sit down. The camp was in the shape of a triangle and the barracks were placed in direct view of the ...

    Which City Has Produced 27 Nobel Prize Winners?

    A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 27, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... would prefer to hear more of that from local guides. Its time to move on and celebrate the great things done in this city, while not ignoring WWII.

    EU elections have occurred while staying here. A chat with a European correspondent for one of the major networks showed us the dissatisfaction of many within the EU. The groups wanting to disband the EU and the far right conservatives are increasing their influence. I'm not sure what this will mean for the future.


    Berlin: A young, funky place

    A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Apr 25, 2014

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... were two couples there, speaking different languages. At first, I didn't say anything because I wasn't sure if they understood English. The couple across the table got their food first and said in perfect English with a french accent, "please forgive us for not waiting for the entire table to get their food." After that it felt like the ice was broken. We talked to both this French husband and wife, and the other ladies next to us who were from Germany.