Amadeus City am Zoo Hotel

Keithstrasse 38, Berlin, 10787, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Train

A travel blog entry by saraann on Jun 17, 2014

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Today I travel to Berlin! But the train didn't leave until half past 12, so I woke up early enough to say goodbye to Asta, had breakfast with just-made strawberry jam, and then Erwin and I went into town. We walked around while he pointed out things I had missed on Friday, such as a bunch of alleyways and hidden courtyards. He told me about the history of different buildings, and showed me the oldest part of Wels, which was built in 776 and ...

Thoughts on Berlin

A travel blog entry by jwalford on Sep 03, 2013

- hostel in an old factory building all done up as a hotel, fantastic location and ample space in our 3 bed private - Sandeman tour guides Lindsey and Tom? Were both great - free city tour and third reich tour - city never sleeps, clubs are all hours. Ended up staying a Matrix 3 hours after Naz as 1 hour after Amit and danced it up - easy to navigate city once we got ourselves oriented a bit - way less English speaking then we expected - pub crawl again was fantastic through sandemans, ...

The European Adventure continues

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 29, 2013

7 comments, 19 photos

... the east. At one point, near Potsdam Plaza a section of the wall acts as a memorial to both of these ‘ugly’ slices ...

Berlin Wall!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989 on Jul 12, 2013

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... zone in between these two wall. Guards were ordered to " shoot to kill" if they caught anyone trying to escape. So that meant If you had family members, a job, or anything you enjoyed in the west you could write it off cause that was the last you would see of it for about 28 years. There were about 5000 people who did escape to West Berlin and once there you were a free man! The escape stories were pretty impressive; some troops got "lost" , one ...

Sam + Natalya Rage: Week 6

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on May 18, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... on their shoulder) symbolized: red for political prisoners, green for criminals, pink for homosexuals, purple for Jehovah's Witnesses, etc. It opened my eyes to the huge variety of people who were imprisoned - it wasn't just the Jews, but Social Democrats, Christians, Rumanians, Slavic - Sachsenhausen was home to more than 26 nationalities. Coming back, it is impossible not think of your own problems ...