Rheinsberg Am See Hotel

Address: Finsterwalder Strasse 64, Berlin, 13435, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Reinickendorf area of Berlin, is near Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer, New Synagogue Berlin (Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum), Alt Tegel, and Zucker Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by nicolaben on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... their history. I really liked the way everyone dressed as well; everyone had their individual style but not looking extreme. In the morning we had Third Reich walking tour around Berlin, again trying to guess what the weather is like in new places is so hard and we both didn’t dress appropriately – freezing our butts off the whole tour (I had to go buy jeans and a jumper!). The tour was amazing though we got shown all ...

    No Need to Read Between the Lines

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... br>
    No need to read between the lines here; that statement does indeed mean what you think it does. It was during this conference that these officials drew up the strategic plans to effectively murder, and eventually eliminate the European Jews. Here, they discussed who was and was not considered a Jew (and therefore unfit to live in German society). It the outlines how this lesser race must be removed from all circles of ...

    Another Day of Potsdam

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 12, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Alona's in time to collect Red from the Greek mechanic. So we rapidly worked out the public transport system and found ourselves a nice, rapid tram and were back at the railway station in no time.
    All's well that ends well, and we made it back in good time to collect Red, who had been made much better, so that was good. And I reflected on the many causes that had contributed to today's mishap. The Palace was shut on a Monday, I had made a blunder in ...

    Ga humbug!

    A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Feb 08, 2014

    28 photos

    So we arrived in Berlin rather early, we headed to the east side of the Berlin Wall - which was put up around 1969 during political instability. Saw different types of graffiti and thought about the families that were separated overnight. Some of the artworks were so meaningful and full of purpose.

    Each piece represented a different person and their views on the political crisis that was downed on their country. It was great to see this part of history - that ...

    Berlin, Germany

    A travel blog entry by travelhippie on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... see. It's a lot if cement blocks all different shapes and sizes and over 2000 of them. The artist was an American Jew who wouldn't give away many hints of how you were supposed to feel walking through the the cemetery. Some ideas of what the things represent are they look like tomb stones, that when you walk through the cement blocks start small and get bigger and bigger and back to small to represent the rising and the falling of the whole holocaust itself. There are also ...