Amadeus City am Zoo Hotel

Address: Keithstrasse 38, Berlin, 10787, Germany | Hotel
 
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Berlin Ich Komme!!

A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Nov 07, 2014

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... except I wasn’t looking forward to the bus ride.

I ended up leaving the presentation during the short break with Camille because we both had to go to Carrefour to buy some groceries (which worked out because I wasn’t walking to the store alone). I don’t know if I mentioned Camille before, but she’s from the Nuremberg Campus in Germany. (she’s German, but ...

Happy Birthday!

A travel blog entry by pucky on Aug 11, 2014

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... friends. I've decided to visit her and Adrian in Berlin because the day of my departure is also her birthday.
I have now more than ever noticed how great tastes a famous Berlin Currywurst. Thank you Adrian and Awa for the nice stay.
Even though I'm pretty tired now, I can enthusiastically attack the next stage of my journey!

Brace yourself! Hungary!
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Berlin Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by cleanslate on Jun 03, 2014

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... poor taste; we walked past quickly and kept going.

We visited several memorials to groups murdered by the Nazis. They were all quite stark and
very moving, and captured so well the stark terror and oppression of the Nazi years. The Memorial to the Murdered Jews is especially moving. It is hard to describe, but it covers a very large area; I’m sure it would take 15 minutes to walk around the perimeter. I hope the picture ...

I could live in Berlin

A travel blog entry by colleensouness on Feb 05, 2014

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... this time a Londoner with an electro-rock band called The Gecko - to see the sites of Berlin. Despite being levelled in the war, there's still a lot surviving (and rebuilt) of the old architecture, including a stunning example of Nazi architecture (yes, it's a style!) that actually survived all the bombing. Lots of memorial gardens and buildings as you might imagine.

  • The Berlin Wall is quite impressive. ...

  • Day 121-125....Second week of school- tick!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... yesterday) we met up with marc and went to Jürgens place by the canal. Jürgen is Marc's crazy friend who we spent a bit of time with during the summer here. He is the one who picked us up when Marc's car broke down on the autobahn on the way back from hiddensee, the one who held a welding competition with Paul, and the one who makes the lethal apple liquor. Good old Jürgen! Anyway on this fine day, Jürgen kindly lent us ...