City-Pension Sanader

Mariendorfer Damm 50-52, Berlin, 12109, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Kreuzberg, Ramones Museum Berlin, Schwules Museum, and Berggruen Collection (Sammlung Berggruen).
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Biking Berlin! Last day of the summer!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 30, 2014

    ... our bags and heading to the airport. We flew on a tiny little plane to Copenhagen, only 14 rows with 4 in each row. It felt like we were on a private jet! Our plane from Copenhagen to London was a much better size and we landed safely that night.

    It's been an absolutely awesome 5 weeks and flown by way too quickly! I now have 2 nights with the family in Oxford then back to London and back to work. Looking forward to the next round of travels in just a few weeks time! ...

    Day 33

    A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jun 28, 2014

    ... filled with sand and covered over. - Walked past what used to be Nazi buildings that were demolished and then turned into soviet apartments - Saw the last surviving building of Nazi construction that wasn't bombed by the Allies or destroyed by the Soviets, what used to be the Luftwaffe headquarters. - Walked past one of the last remaining sections of the Berlin Wall and saw the double brick line that runs through the city and indicated where ...

    I Forgot to Use my German Skills in Germany.

    A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Apr 15, 2014

    14 photos

    ... something so tragic, but it was such a learning experience.
    The following day I did the actual free tour and I also wandered around. I saw the East Berlin Museum. Its the largest section of the wall that is still standing and the government has turned it an art museum. A pretty beautiful thing to do with such a disgusting item. I made sure to get some typical German food, too. I had schnitzel with pork and some beer!

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    Berlin - Tage drei und vier

    A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 07, 2013

    7 comments, 18 photos

    ... these buildings as an escape route... Using ropes to climb down to the West pathway, some families even jumping out windows to people on the West catching them. These windows were eventually bricked up and the building demolished to prevent further escapes so people turned to tunnels. As you walk along, there is a steel outline on the ground of where the buildings once stood and at each building number an in-ground plaque saying how many people ...

    Berlin and Back

    A travel blog entry by lyndseynmiller on Nov 25, 2013

    4 photos

    ... amount of walking to occur. We indeed covered several hours worth of miles, so many that my shoes (which were quite old to begin with) did not last the trip. It was a great experience, very tiring, though!

    To also sum up the week at school, I must say German students are like American students like potato is to potato. (Pronounced differently, but the same.) In my sixth grade class, the students ...