CityArt Hotel

Niebuhrstr. 19-c, Berlin, 10629, Germany | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Aqui Espana, Heidi's Spielzeugladen, and Berliner Musikantiquariat.
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    Ode to Freedom

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 17, 2014

    51 photos

    ... East Germans were allowed to cross into Hungary 1989 They won't be forced to go home if they can get to the embassy 3000 waited patiently for an unknown future A barrier was overturned and there was a mass of people climbing over fences Young Germans Leaving everything behind and for the first time ever - The government lets them go. And it takes a strong person to stand against governments and say "Let the people go" "We the ...

    Berlin Day Six - Olympiastadion

    A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of the stadium and then walked outside to see the original bell which was used during the games. It has the Olympic Rings on it and also a nazi swastika which the Olympic committee did not like at all!! At some stage the bell was shot at - some say by a British anti aircraft gun and I've taken a picture of the hole it left... The bell is made from many tons of steel, so it would have been some cannon alright!! Tomorrow we depart Berlin and head to the Polish city of Krakow (pronounced ...

    Museuming in the rain

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Nov 20, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... was how quickly they were told not to. We then decided to walk to the Berliner Dom and Bode Museum, and got a little stuck with the excervaions for the new U5 line. There was an information booth and we went in to ask if we needed to walk all the way around and ended up in a lesson in how to build underground train lines (and yes we did need to walk all the way around). The Berliner Dom was impressive (they really seem to have worked out how to build domes - we walked ...

    Finally Arrived

    A travel blog entry by pixiepoodle on Sep 14, 2013

    3 photos

    ... that my bag was the third one off the rack! So I grabbed it and followed the exit sign to find the taxis waiting. Sadly no Berlin stamp on the passport. No customs or anything. The cab driver knew where my hotel was and brought me past parts of the Berlin Wall on the drive in. He tried to give me some interesting history but his English was only slightly better then my German, but I got the main points. It's ok cause ...


    A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 26, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... installation), on which would be played As Slow As Possible, as slow as possible. The concert began in 2001. At its current tempo the piece will be played over the course of 639 years. Organs can hypothetically last forever but they decided the piece would last as long as permanent organ installations had so far been in existence (639 years at the time). They hold down the organ keys with weights, and every few months or so the note changes. (If all this ...