Apartment Hotel Dahlem

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

For The Prospective Study Abroad Student

A travel blog entry by oliver.strobl


... expensive is it to live abroad? The simple truth is, it can cost as much as you want to spend. There are certainly locations that are going to be very expensive to live and to study, but on the other side of the spectrum, there are some location which are the same, or even cheaper then Kamloops. The price also has to factor in the program which you are partaking in. If you are taking a business related course, then you truly ...

The more you learn, the less you know

A travel blog entry by pam_steve


... not the first wall that these people saw). There were 18 gates that controlled entrance, taxes and tariffs. The Brandenburg gate is the only gate left of the 18. The statue that is on top of the gate was once stolen by Napoleon when France occupied Berlin, it was returned later on and now remains here. Kind of cool. Another fun fact: the oldest, most famous and most expensive hotel in all of Berlin is the Hotel Adlon which is located just across the square ...

Beginning of Berlin!

A travel blog entry by jpitts1989


... running down this sidewalk and make our tour just in time but it was deffinately an experience! Our tour guide was really cool and we actually learned more than I would like to write but I will do my best to cover it and break it up to show pictures as well! We started at the Brandenburg gate which is a sight in and of itself without a history lesson! One cool thing that happened with it was there is a group of statues on the top and when Napoleon won the war he decided ...

Walking tour - the story of Berlin

A travel blog entry by jenwalker


... with a lovely couple from Melbourne who were in their 60s , we headed off with Janis our guide. He was a uni student in his early 20s and he was so knowledgeable. He and dad got on famously! Dad was telling him stuff he didn't know!! IN brief we walked frm the parliament to Brandenburg gate, to the hotel where Michael Jackson hung his baby over the balcony, to the Jewish monument. - a highlight!! To adolf a bunker, his place ...

Ich Bin Ein Berliner

A travel blog entry by jeffsaunders3


... the top of the gate so much he decided to take it back to France. From there we visited the memorial to European Jews murdered during the holocaust. It was extremely moving and sobering to see such a large memorial, but what got me the most was the design. They were essentially cuboids of various heights, creating what looked to me almost like an ocean. It's difficult to describe why I felt strongly about it, but it's certainly a monument that evokes much thought. The next ...


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