Eckstein Hotel

Address: Schildhornstrasse 72, Berlin, 12163, Germany | 2 star hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Eckstein Hotel Berlin

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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Ich bin ein Berliner!

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 20, 2014

... anywhere and construct cemeteries basically wherever and whenever required for our glorious dead. The Germans can't do that- their grandfathers, great uncles, and brothers are all lumped into the one category as Nazis and so are unfit by association to receive any kind of acknowledgement for their deaths too. I find it sad, but once again Charlotte just accepts it. I could start to see how they way this generation of German young people has been taught just to accept these ...


A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Sep 16, 2014

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In 1975, I (Bruce), my sister Annie and her husband Marvin checked in and got timed stamped at the boarder of East and West Germany. We had no more than 2 hours to drive across the satellite part of East Germany and check in to the democratic West Berlin. Once inside West Berlin we could climb the viewing platform to look over no man's land between East and West Berlin--barbed wire fences, a vacant no man's land and hollowed ...

The city with funny traffic lights

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on May 10, 2014

We arrive in Berlin Tegel Airport and we were staying with Martin Fella, our couchsurfing host for 2 nights. His apartment is very close to the airport and you could see the planes in close distance as they are approaching the runway. We took the bus from the airport and changed to another bus to get to his house and he was already waiting for us outside. The bus system in Berlin is very organised and goes by the ...

Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome on May 06, 2014


... I could feel it from the ground, underneath which Hitler's bunker still lies, sealed off at every entrance, and the larger than life concrete buildings that were built during the Nazi Regime, and in the new buildings that were designed post-war.The beautifully fabricated city of Berlin right now almost masks the remnants of the city from back then, but nothing could purge the feelings that somehow seem to linger there. However, the bright and blazing light parts of Berlin's ...

Lisbon: fado, egg tarts and frothy beer

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Apr 23, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... in for our host. She doesn't speak a word of English. In Portuguese and with a flurry of hand gestures, she shows us the lovely flat, explains how the appliances work and gives us directions to the supermercado. We nod and smile, half believing we can understand. We throw open the large windows and the sounds of the Alfama compete for our attention: church bells, rattling streetcars, birdsong, shrieking neighbourhood kids, barking Pekingese, hammers and chisels, bantering corner boys and ...