Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion

Address: Glockenturmstrasse 30, Berlin, 14055, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Original Berlin Walks, Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion), Spandau Citadel (Spandauer Zitadelle ), and Jopp.
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      First day ended at 1 AM Sunday!

      A travel blog entry by trees4277 on Aug 23, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... outdoor classical music concert with fireworks. Wore gloves, hats and many layers of clothes. Bought tickets for sold out concert from very kind Germans. Got home at 12:00. It was a long, long day. We received a lot of help from many Germans on our travels. (Except sometimes Barbara would say, "That's not right." and we would go another way.)

      Our "bathtub" is the bottom of the shower, about 8 inches tall. We have ...


      A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Me Home Country Road. Well, you could knock us down with a feather...... Proves the theory it's the quiet ones you have to watch. But it didn't stop there..... we were all singing (made me think of the piano bar on the ship) and then we were dancing. The DJ even had us dancing the Can Can.

      The restaurant was a reasonable size and was packed. Among the masses there was a large group of people from Holland on one side and about 16 men from Glasgow on a bucks night on the other ...

      Lisbon: fado, egg tarts and frothy beer

      A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Apr 23, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... Catholic, authoritarian and highly repressive. He viciously attempts to quell independence movements in the colonies and terrorizes opposition at home. It is a dark sinister period of brutality lasting until 1974 when the military is finally removed from power. The country, the capital and the colonial empire is in shambles. Over the next forty years, Lisbon emerges as an open, self assured, dynamic, creative urban centre teeming with history and enthusiasm. Cranes dot the ...

      Berlin Day Five - Wansee Conference & Stasi Mu

      A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 09, 2014

      20 photos

      ... come along and persecute people. Follow that with WWII, where everything got blown up again and people murdered (7 million Germans died in WWII mind), then the soviets came in and took over Berlin and they started doing a similar thing to the nazis. They imprisoned people, they murdered people until 1985!!... So if you lived around Berlin from about 1914 to 1985, you did well just to keep yourself breathing. Anyway, so today we did two things related to the Second ...

      Museuming in the rain

      A travel blog entry by sindlen on Nov 20, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Our third day in Berlin and it was raining. But that wasn't going to stop us. We first headed to Kaiser Wilhelm church (which was amazing - unfortunately only the foyer of the old church was open, the old church is being reinforced and the new part isn't open until 11 am) and then back to the Jewish museum. We had morning tea at the cafe (the baking while good wasn't as good as Sally's). The museum was amazing - not so amazing were the German kids running around yelling - what ...