Apartment Hotel Dahlem

Address: Clayallee 150-152, Berlin, 14195, Germany | 2 star hotel
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        History weighs heavily on Berlin

        A travel blog entry by midge_david on Oct 27, 2015

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        ... as if the memorial is a game park. Others run between the blocks playing chase and hide and seek. It seems disrespectful.but the guard launches into a disgruntled monologue about Arabs and Lebanese and how much Eidelman was paid... we venture that most of the teenagers seem European or Japanese, and move on.
        A young woman climbs onto one of the blocks to get a better picture: Inside we shout, do you not know what that block you are standing on means, what happened, get ...

        History, the wall, and old stuff

        A travel blog entry by kthagan on Jun 22, 2015

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        ... we learned about the FDR. Saw the GDR parliament building n Brandenburg gate. Impressive structures. Walked through the holocaust museum which was powerful.
        -Stumbled onto an excellent Indian restaurant. Best meal we have had on the trip.
        -nice walk home in the drizzle to burn a few calories before bed.

        Tue Jun 23
        -slept in til 7:45 so nice to get some rest. Plotted out a plan for the day with many destinations. Then down for bfast to ...

        Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

        A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

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        ... those years ago. And we added a fourth stop, Terezin, another of Hitler's abominations of which I was totally unfamiliar. Terezin became a focus of ours as Norma read "Winds of War" by Herman Wouk to me as we drove through the U.K. and Germany. (She often reads to me on our long trips -- Mexico, Alaska and now Europe -- to pass the time on the road.) More on Terezin in the accompanying photographs.

        Back then I took photographs, but pitifully few, and with ...

        Daddy Daughter Day

        A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Sep 24, 2014

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        ... at Friedrichstr and then got off at Kochstraße where we went to the Checkpoint Charlie Museum. It was soooo boring but Dad made us go around it all. We met this American girl who lived in Berlin and we started talking to her - at least that was interesting.

        When Dad was finally finished we went and had lunch. Dad got currywurst which we all tried - only Dad actually liked it. We ...

        Winding Down Berlin with Familiar Faces

        A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 22, 2014

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        ... and find a park to sit, drink, and enjoy the atmosphere. But this was just the start of the weekend and there was much more to come.

        Saturday, the weather was extremely hot as it has been the last week following 2 unpredictable and often cold and wet weeks in Berlin. We went to a beach area to spend the afternoon. We stretched out on the sand and spent some time in the water. Even though the water was extremely brown, people could go in. As it ...