Pension Galerie

Address: Hedemannstrasse, Berlin, 10969, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near Topography of Terror, Checkpoint Charlie, Jewish Museum, and Liquidrom.
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      A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... been cheaper, if not free, but this was only one that had any museum sort of exhibit except for the Sagrada, and that was a much more expensive ticket.

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      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... areas of stone where they did their best to reuse the intricate stone work when reconstructing the synagogue. Also our guide pointed out to us that outside of all synagogues in Berlin now there stand 3 policeman, not because they expect there to be problems but more as a symbolic gesture that the government is here to protect these important places. Not far from the synagogue we stopped in front of a random apartment building and all gathered ...

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      A travel blog entry by paulausman on May 02, 2014

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      ... were created and how many people died there. They had some really good pictures too. You then go into a room with translations of letters that some of the victims of the concentration camps and forced labour camps sent their families before being killed. That was probably the most powerful thing I've seen on this tour. Just knowing that most of them knew that they were going to die and having to write to your family to say goodbye.

      I then headed back ...

      Day 100 and 101 ... Paul and Nonni are staying!!

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 24, 2013

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      ... cleaning soda, like degreaser and that 'one should wear gloves when using this substance' Ummm Nonni I think you should get out of the bath and have a shower because this isn't bicarb soda, Paul said as he knocked on the door. Is it caustic soda? Ahhhhhhh I am going to burn from the inside out! I began to panic and had a shower with soap trying to wash it all off. No no it's not caustic soda Paul assured me. But I still feel really tingly and my skin ...

      Berlin s-bahn & u-bahn & M.J.

      A travel blog entry by malnoon on Oct 01, 2013

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      ... a small problem. My German was non existent. His English was not bad. But, somehow I found myself on a hospital bed with a camera going somewhere it should never go. The nurses couldn't speak English. They spoke German and laughed alot. One nurse, at least, stood in the corner & kept giving me sympathetic looks. If I can say one thing it's that the Germans are ...