Karlshorst Gastehaus

Dorotheastrasse 1, Berlin, 10318 , Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

East Berlin Wall and the boat ride to nowhere!

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel


... Karl Marx Strasse, so bizarre, and got off at the East Side Gallery. It's the longest remaining section of the wall, 1.8 km, and really let's you get a feel for the enormity of it. We also discovered that the wall surrounded West Berlin, not East Berlin. This has been really confusing up until today. I think we finally figured it out. The remaining stretch of the wall has really interesting ...

Day 30 and 31 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by tadtravels


... at one time the checkpoint was over 10 lanes wide, reminding me of the US/Mexico border at Tijuana, even though the common visual people have of it is more like the replica of the older guard house that sits in the middle of the street today.

Laundry and Vietnamese food were the end of our day and time in Berlin and Germany. The next morning a taxi to the airport for an early morning flight to Stockholm was in our future and we needed to get some rest in order to get up in ...

The European Adventure continues

A travel blog entry by colgaz


... cycling around the town. From a historic point of view there were 2 things that were stand-out for us. The German acceptance ...

Beer soaked Berlin

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan


... after a really speedy lift ride (and popping ears) gives you 360 views over all of Berlin. After a lengthy look round, we discovered that above the viewing area was a revolving restaurant, which we had to check out. After we’d both used the toilets at 200m up, we managed to get a table in the restaurant for a beer and some cake. It really was amazing, taking about half an hour to get all the way round. The posh ambience of the place ...

Week Five

A travel blog entry by tbeers


... it can only hold 3,000 people, which is a very small percentage of Berlin’s population. And in actuality, all of the bomb shelters in Berlin could only support 1% of the people in Berlin! That is crazy to think about! But the leaders told the people that if there were to be an atomic bomb that they didn’t need to worry, they would all be taken care of. We now know that that was a huge lie. Anyways, there bunks everywhere in the shelter! The bathroom and ...


This hotel, located in the Lichtenberg area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Stasi Museum, The Hoffmann Collection, and Sammlung Hoffman.
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