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Day 102 - Berlin, Germany

A travel blog entry by shallan

Today was raining, windy, overcast and miserable :( my face is all red which I strongly suspect is from wind burn :( Anyways, we started the day with a Third Reich walking tour of Berlin (focussing on the Berlin Wall). Picture about 30 people splashing along in puddles, being pelted with rain and wind, and umbrellas flipping out everywhere (plus we …

Berlin, Germany

A travel blog entry by laurenandjd


... and Pilsner it was. This successfully livened us up. Our last day in Berlin we woke up and filled out some postcards, finally leaving our hostel around 11am. This was our first boarding of a busy train. It sucked. With our passes we had first class seats, but no reservations. so we ended up having to walk up and down the narrow train with our bags. Very lame. Early morning trains from now on. We are now en route to Hamburg, I am excited to see a new city, and also, to ...

The more you learn, the less you know

A travel blog entry by pam_steve


... Hopefully the weather improves for the rest of our Berlin trip.

October 18, 2013

It was our first full day in Berlin and we almost slept through our complimentary breakfast at the hotel. I guess Munich was a little tougher on our bodies then we had thought because we were both still tired after our long sleep last night. It was a slow morning but we eventually made it out to see a few sights in Berlin. We went to the Brandenburg gate where ...

"Don't trust anyone."

A travel blog entry by george.lawson


... their warm hospitality was abused, resulting, depressingly so, in the crude theft of Ethan's milka bar.
The Victory Column and Brandemburg Gate I'll admit were dominating and overwhelming structures which confirmed this city's history of national power, yet, while visiting the Jewish cemetery shortly afterwards, I was reminded more of the city's history of national oppression. The cemetery's contemporary design, as I strolled ...

Beginning of Berlin!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989


... is when you walk into the memorial it was suppose to represent the holocaust. It was mean to be progressively overwhelming and then while in the middle you have all these walls towering over you and makes you feel oppressed but it gradually happens and it is really weird! It also is nearly impossible not to lose who you were with which was what the Jews went through. I found it to be a much more tangible experience than just reading a plaque! It also has a special ...

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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), Europa-Center, The Porcupine (Die Stachelschweine), and World Fountain.
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