Inn-Berlin

Address: Prinzenallee 49, Berlin, 13359, Germany | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Berlin Underground Association, KulturBrauerei, and Brecht Weigel Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Markets, shopping and more markets

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the war. The mosaics inside the tower of the church were pretty cool. We did a little shopping on Kufurstendamm, a major shopping centre in West Berlin. We visited the Christmas shop, Kathe Wohlfahrt, and Ampelman, Ampelman is the shop dedicated to the red and green pedestrian crossing lights only seen in East Germany. We then had lunch in the Xmas markets of ham sandwiches with bratapfel gluhwein under ...

    Grunewald Station

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to enter the train station; they entered the Platform as cattle would, up the cobblestone road. The stairs on the right climb to Platform 17 from inside the train station; it looks the same as all other Platform entrances, but this one leads to death.


    There are iron grates lined side-by-side at the loading dock of Platform 17 containing information of dates ...

    Travel Day

    A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jun 23, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... with a missing bag. Luckily we had decided to pack three suitcases and in each case were 4 days of clothing, so a missing bag was OK!!. Phew.......

    Then off to drive to our hotel, which was easy to find and very well located. Since we wanted to keep everyone awake, we decided to go to the Jewish museum which was open until 10pm and only a few blocks away. What a masterpiece of architecture designed Daniel Libesking, it is an incredible modern buidling ...

    Sachsenhausen

    A travel blog entry by amy.beith on Mar 04, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... camp it was turned into a soviet special camp from 1945-1950 it was called Special Camp No 1 and was the largest in e Soviet zone of occupation. By the time the special camp was closed in 1950 over 60 000 people had been imprisoned there over 12 000 of which died of malnutrition and disease. On April 22 1961 the Sachsenhausen ...

    "Ich bin ein Berliner" - JFK

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 19, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... or kill people...that did occur. It was not until 1941 that extermination camps began. Nazis wanted to have a slave labor force to make weapons and tanks so that is what they were used for in the beginning. They often worked outside the camp in other cities to do other works as well. I will not go into too much detail because most people are familiar with concentration camp atrocities (feel free to leave any questions in the comments if you want more detail). It was run ...