No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Non-smoking hotel
- Family rooms
Photos of Ackselhaus
TripAdvisor Reviews Ackselhaus Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... divided and brutally repressed in East Germany. 13th October We spent two hours on our first day on a fascinating free (donation) walking tour which took us to quite a few of the key monuments, buildings and relics that have played a role in 20th century history. The Brandenburg gate, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Hitlers bunker, the Berlin Wall and checkpoint Charlie are just some of the places that we visited. Our Welsh guide who was passionate and had ...
... From my pictures, you d see that I have not been too keen on seeing places but those two days spent with their family taught me great lessons in Life.
... This is where Hitler killed himself before the Germans were forced to surrender WWII. Now, the location is memorialized-or lack there of-by being transformed into a parking lot for private residents. After the fact, not even Germans like Hitler. Along the next block stands the only Nazi administration building that still stands from bombing. It was the headquarters for the Nazi Air Force, the Luftwaffe, but now it's a bank. A little farther down the road ...
... The author invented the language in an attempt to make sense of her life and life in general but somehow it took off.
She's also one of the most impressive Esperantists I've ever met.
There was some games event going on but I thought it was a bit lame.
But Esperantists seemed to be coming and going through ...
... we hear: “YOU are going the WRONG WAY on a ONE WAY STREET and the RIGHT ROAD is OVER THERE and GET ON IT NOW (all in German of course....!!) We started going the wrong way on the one way streets on purpose, just to see the amazing reaction we would get out of people....over...well nothing! If the streets were busy...or dangerous it would make sense how upset they would get....but ...it was along the Mosel River....in tiny German wine ...