Hotel Britz

Address: Bürgerstrasse 42, Berlin, 12347, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Neukölln area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Ramones Museum Berlin, The Badeschiff, and Schwules Museum.
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    Nazis and the long ride to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 26, 2014

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    after a long train ride yesterday I wasn't able to get a blog post out, so here it is! Yesterday was actually a fairly simple day. It was the day we left Nürnberg for Berlin, but first we wanted to see one last important site. We woke up around eight and leisurely packed our bags, grabbed a small breakfast of croissants and hot chocolate in the lobby, and made our way with our bags to the main train station. One of the neat things about the larger train stations in Europe ...

    Biking Berlin! Last day of the summer!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 30, 2014

    ... in Berlin but after the war they decided to not rebuild it and keep it as a ruin as a reminder of the war. Inside the exhibit there are pictures of people holding a service in the church a few days after the war finished and there is no roof or anything. They have enclosed the roof again now but still kept it in its post war state as much as possible. The church was the last thing on our list so from there we rode our bikes back to the shop before heading to the ...


    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... was at an art installation near Checkpoint Charlie, of the outline of a church that had been destroyed. We then walked to Checkpoint Charlie, the only way into East Berlin from West Berlin. Freddy told us a bit about the history of that time too, how Germany was divided up after WWII, and how Berlin was entirely within the Soviet zone but the Allies kept half (as "he who holds Berlin holds Germany"). After a while it became obvious the two sides had fairly different governing ...

    Ich bin ein Berliner

    A travel blog entry by rumneet on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... 228;ltigung.' It means coming to terms with the past. Apart from the Jewish memorial you can find memorials for other minorities that were murdered by the Nazis, including a memorial for those few brave politicians who stood up against the Nazis when they came to power. You can probably imagine what the consequences were for them and their families. Whatever one may think about the Germans, one has to hand it to them, they have gone above and beyond in order ...

    Great Morning and A Few Problems in the Afternoon

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 14, 2014

    ... we got our seats...We pulled into Leipzig and the train flooded with people. We had ours together up in first. It was the fullest train we've been on all trip. The train stopped only briefly in a couple of towns. One of them was Wittenberg...ok all you biblical scholars out there, why is Wittenberg important? Martin Luther was one of the most influential theologians in history. In 1517 he nailed his 95 theses to the chapel door in ...