Hotel Carmer 16

Carmerstrasse 16, Berlin, 10623, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Helmut Newton Foundation, Savignyplatz, Ajanta Indian Food Store, and Berliner Zinnfigurenkabinett.
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    Nazis and Communists

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... headquarters of the Nazi secret service, Schutzstaffel, or SS. This is now the Topography of Terror museum, which we plan in going to tomorrow as well. Finally, it was as if the Nazis surrendered and WWII came to an end. Unfortunately Berlin had more issues in the decades to follow. Since the USSR technically "won" WWII they got a part of the spoils, which included the east side of Germany and one quarter of Berlin (the east side). However, since ...

    Another Palace and several Christmas Markets

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 16, 2013

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    ... really wasn't convenient and it took a bit of walking. But we found that shop. We picked up a couple of T-shirts, they cost not too much more than at home, had a coffee and were on our way to the next stop. A crosstown bus ride from the Tiergarten (the Berlin Zoo), about 8 kilometers west. This was the location of the Prussian summer royal palace called Schloss Charlottenburg. The other big plus was there was another Christmas Market, on the Schloss grounds.

    "Ich bin ein Berliner!" More Than Jelly Donuts

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Sep 22, 2013

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    ... we witnessed a small child get smashed in the doors – literally, they closed on him, and two adults had to pry the doors open to free him and save him from being crushed; it was quite dramatic. Fortunately he seemed fine after the ordeal.

    I had two specific business-related events which were to take place in Berlin. One was meeting with some people at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), as two of their ...

    Touring Berlin

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... but not really the influence and what it meant to the people. One of the only fully standing buildings by the end of the war was the Nazi headquarters. At the time it was the most hated building because that's where the Gestapo was headquartered and now it's still hated because it's the tax office. We went and saw the Jewish Memorial, which was pretty cool. It's definitely abstract art, but when the guy explained it a little from what he had heard from others on the meaning of ...

    Rich in history and rich in flavour

    A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Sep 13, 2013

    ... that night I met up with the guys who had down the pub crawl the night before and we went to a traditional German restaurant for dinner. I got the curry wurst again but it wasn't as good as the one I had had at the soccer. When we got back to the hostel we all sat around drinking and playing kings til about 2am.

    On my third day in Berlin I went on a free Alternative Walking tour to learn more about the street art in the area. The guy leading the tour was ...