Hotel Park Consul

Address: Alt Moabit 86A, Berlin, 10555, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Tiergarten, Victory Column (Siegessaule), Café am Neuen See, and Strasse des 17 Juni Flea Market.
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    A place full of beauty and history

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 31, 2015

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    ... up being very tasty. That evening I joined Lauren and her contiki group for dinner at the Hackers Markt.

    The next day I did so so much walking. I started off by going to the TV tower situated in Alexanderplatz. I took the lift up to the top where you get lovely 360 views over Berlin. After this I walked to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The memorial is very interesting from a viewing point as it is 19 000m2 area containing 2711 concrete blocks of ...

    Being Jewish in Europe

    A travel blog entry by smw316 on Mar 29, 2015

    ... However, once the congregation began to welcome the Sabbath bride with a thunderous rendition of L'cha Dodi, the language barrier was extinguished immediately. Singing and praying in Hebrew became our common language. Unlike the services I was used to at home, the entire service was in Hebrew. It was an incredible sensation doing the same Jewish rituals in Germany as I did thousands of miles back home. Services were sang full of jolly and there was an enthusiasm that ...

    Our Parents Crashed Our Honeymoon

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 24, 2014

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    ... country (or two) that is so foreign to us Americans and makes it a very fun way to travel. Since Bree and I were seasoned veterans of several (three or four maybe) international rail excursions, we fought my Dad’s urge to treat the train station the same as the airport and arrive 2+ hours before your trip. In our experience train stations have far less to do and you never have to go through security or anything before your departure (of course we had to throw that ...

    Card Games with Canadians

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... the city is like. I bet it is a complex feedback loop, with a slight positive impression at the start relaxing you and allowing you to take the time to experience the next impression in a slightly more happy frame of mind, making it more likely to experience it positively.

    Paris struggled from the very start to leave a good impression on me. I think people that come expecting the city to be beautiful will be likely to find it that way. ...

    World War II & New German Pride

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... our hearts already heavy and our minds already saturated with new information about WWII and the Holocaust, we headed back to the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe to see the museum underground. The first room of the museum took us through the history of progressive brutality and inhumane treatment of Jewish people in Europe. By the time we entered the second room full of letters and postcards sent from Jews all over Europe to their families and friends, I had trouble ...