Hotel Aragon

Kietz 2A, Berlin, 16356, Germany | Hotel
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Walk Through History Part IV,...

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 16, 2014

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... him a chance to spread propaganda on the Communist. After WWII, the building was restored and given to the people. There is a glass dome on the back side of the building, and people can walk around the inside top of the building and watch and listen to the Parliament as they make and debate new laws. The architecture on this building is amazing! It is a beautiful focus point of Berlin, Germany.



A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 09, 2014

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... the Brandenburg Gates, the Jewish Memorial, House of Parliament, landmarks to note where the Berlin Wall was etc. Much more peaceful walking by ourselves.

The city is an interesting mix of historical and modern buildings. Although a lot of the old buildings were badly damaged at the end of WWII and have been rebuilt to appear original. There are massive building projects underway, cranes are a common part of the landscape. Berlin has been interesting but I wouldn't rush back ...

Berlin Day Five - Wansee Conference & Stasi Mu

A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 09, 2014

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... nazis (which was formerly used by Interpol) and after 90 mins all were agreed and pledged their cooperation in making this work. It was important for them all to be on the same page as previously some area commanders were trying to make the Jews work or be useful, but after this meeting it was concluded they were all to be murdered. Wansee was important because after this conference. The fate of the Jews was sealed. We then travelled by train about an hour all up to go ...


A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 30, 2013

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... my head, smiling and saying wow. We then chatted about art and music and antiques. He then pointed to the furniture he was kindly lending us in the apartment, including the beautiful fold our desk that I study at each night and told me how old it all was. 350 years old??!!! I had to count on my fingers to make sure drei was 3 in German. He then showed me (with a torch) the beautiful painted date of manufacture on the matching chest and to whom it was made. Sure enough, ...

What's left to do but surrender?

A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear on Sep 08, 2013

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... it? Pretty gross. Their fast food places have a series of windows on the wall. You put your money in, open the window, and take your food out. One thing I had (admittedly my favourite) was essentially deep fried beef stew, but the stew is a puree consistency.
Met a couple Americans that I went to the Anne Frank house (where they hid out) this was an extremely emotional visit - definitely tears involved. Went to the Van Gogh museum, where I ended up losing Ryan and ...