Al Vita City Pension

Address: Niebuhrstrasse 4, Berlin, 10629, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Story of Berlin, Savignyplatz, and Aqui Espana.
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      Brothers in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... next day saw a few wounded warriors and it was a reduced group heading into town to take on the walking tour, the tour itself started from Brandenburg Gate which normally would have been great but with it being the anniversary there was a lot of temporary construction obscuring the view it also meant the tour was huge and had to be split into 6 different groups. Our guide was a Scottish expat who did a good job showing us around the sights of Berlin and given us ...

      Ich bin ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... out on a four hour walking tour. It was pretty amazing. A lot of walking for an introduction to Berlin. I got to see where the wall used to be, the location of Hitler's bunker and the Holocaust Memorial. Also saw the hotel where MJ hung baby Blanket out the window. Afterwards I went to the Topography of Terror, don't bother...

      When I got back, I got us doners for dinner. Doners here are in a quarter circle of ...

      The Aftermath Makes a Difference

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Why should this difference matter?

      Because when a nation faces a collective tragedy, it must experience a collective recuperation. Other German cities had the ability to share and experience a common healing process, allowing them to identify the most suitable way to commemorate that era of their shared history. This is why each of these cities that I have visited so far has had their own unique way of memorializing the Holocaust. ...

      Ich bin ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by rumneet on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... gefühlt. In order to stop people vandalising the memorial they have guards in disguise watching, so if you so much as stand on the slabs a scary German will shout at you! They also have a special chemical sprayed on the slabs which prevents graffiti from showing on the slabs. Now remember in my previous blog I wrote about the company that manufactured and sold Zyklon B to the Nazis? Well it turns out (major facepalm moment) after the memorial was built in 2005 it ...

      Divide and Conquer

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 15, 2014

      3 comments

      ... of two museums.

      The Brandenburg Gate is probably one of the most iconic symbols of Berlin. It was the original gate of the old city of Berlin. The walls have long since been destroyed, but the gate remained, although it was very heavily damaged in WWII. The gate is a neo-classical triumphal arch with the top holding a quadrigua - a chariot with four horses driven by Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory. Many things have occurred ...