Hotel Gotland

Address: Franzstrasse 23, Berlin, 12247, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin


A travel blog entry by cmac91 on Sep 18, 2015

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... well. It must be hard for the people of today's Berlin to see constant reminders of their country's dark past every day. We also visited the site of Hitler's Bunker and place of death (not a memorial area for obvious reasons, but literally a carpark today), some old Nazi propaganda buildings and the Berlin ...

Learning Berlin's History...

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 21, 2015

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... as if I was wearing a binbag in comparison.

This was painfully evident in fact as we sat people-watching at Einsteins on Unter den Linden whilst drinking extraordinarily pricey but quite tasty coffee. It was mid morning by the time we reached Branderburger Tor (probably Berlin's most famous landmark after the TV Tower) and were met, quite unsurprisingly by the usual hoardes of tourists and their wretched selfie sticks. I think these monstrosities have only become ...

Berlin Day 3 - Leaving Berlin and Moving to Prague

A travel blog entry by deniseyan on Feb 20, 2015

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... 36093; 皇宮(Palace of Versailles)前立Þ 83;成為德國 290;Schloss Charlottenburg自然沒& #26377;Versailles 般出名,其 ;實規模裝߾ 2;陳設也不å 14;其他皇宮 290;但Schloss Charlottenburg是Frederick William 的宮殿,取 ...


A travel blog entry by treenymph on Nov 01, 2014

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... we had English subtitles.

We toured the portion of the wall that's still left up, and we walked around the increasingly culturally diverse surrounding neighborhoods including Kreuzberg.

We went to the Spree River every day, as rivers tend to be our favorite places in these European cities.

I was very happy to be in the home country ...

Berlin - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 02, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... Europe. 90% of Berlin was bombed during WW2 and rebuilt. Now it is a very modern city by European standards. Gendarmenmakt however has three beautiful old buildings, the Konzerthaus, (concert hall) and the German and French cathedrals. In the 1600's when the french Huguenots (protestants) were being persecuted by their own king, the Prussian king, Fredrick I, invited them to Berlin, well not all of them, just their artists, poets, architects, etc. to make the offer ...