Apartment Hotel Dahlem

Clayallee 150-152, Berlin, 14195, Germany | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin Day 3

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara

Berlin is the only destination where I can say that I truly ran out of time to see everything. Every other destination, I would say that I sufficiently covered, but Berlin is so vast, it was an impossible task to get to everything. I guess that means I'll have to go back! It rained most of the day today (hence the lack of pictures), but I was still able to experience a few great things on my last day.

I had arranged for ...

Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome


... through too. The Humboldt University, where Albert Einstein taught, and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, where scores of world famous musicians created beautiful music are historic chapters that are just as important, though less well-remembered. Above all, what touched me most during my time in Berlin is the culture of German people, and their commitment to remembering while still moving forward with such positive determination. The city of Berlin taught me a valuable ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... you go you run into history. I heard about the Berlin Wall when I was about 5 but I never thought I'd actually see it in real life. The images of the wall in its prime are quite intimidating! ~Katarina Berlin is amazing!!! Love it lots. There is so much history and it's very interesting. Loved the Christmas lights at night. There absolutely amazing! There is a giant reindeer and Santa Claus too! ~Jackie~ Lunch was hosted in a small, dark wooden restaurant, with surely far too ...

Day 30-34 - History lessons and Berlin Underbelly

A travel blog entry by abs08


... fun and worthwhile tours I’ve ever done. She took us through the WWII history and to landmark places such as Hitler’s bunker, Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe (commonly known as the Holocaust memorial), the site of book burnings and to many other significant buildings and sites. We also went through the Berlin wall history and she concluded with a story of how the wall came down so peacefully. Finally, we spoke at lengths about the ever changing face ...

Day 8 Berlin / Spandau

A travel blog entry by brianmurray


... is a fortress that has endured countless invasions including Napoleon's assault against Prussia and most recently the Allied invasion of Germany. Its an impressive collection of buildings all protected by massive walls, buttresses, a moat and a crowning towel/rook called the Julius Tower. Unfortunately, the tower and other parts were under repair. After returning to Berlin, we visited the Alte Nationalgalerie on the Museum Isle, quite close ...

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