Hotel und Restaurant Alt-Karow

Address: Alt-Karow 2, Berlin, 13125, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin


A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Jul 02, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... world war 1, and the Berlin Wall. It's a pretty fascinating place and there were cranes everywhere. It was like they were still rebuilding after major disaster. I'm still trying to figure out what they get from being in the EU. We saw the university where Einstein taught a bit at, where famous scientists and philosophers studied, outside where he first book burning took place, hitter's bunker, checkpoint Charlie, and ...

A Great Finish

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny on May 28, 2015

3 photos

... Germany during Hitler's reign and lots of photos and displays of family life just before, during and after that time period. It has a very modern design and the displays where elaborate.

Reichstag where we had an appointment for an English speaking tour. You have to be there on time! We were told that a number of times. We left our car at the Jewish Museum and took the subway changing trains 3 times…yikes!
In any case, ...

Brothers in Berlin

A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 07, 2014

28 photos

... in the form of the Kings.

The next day we enjoyed a sleep in before heading off to check out the East Side Gallery, this is one of the most famous parts of the Berlin wall that was covered in graffiti and has been preserved as an open gallery, unfortunately there are a lot of ********s that decide to add their own scrolls to the pieces which is rather disappointing.

Being in Germany for the 25th anniversary of the wall coming down there was also ...

Ich bin ein Berliner

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 01, 2014

20 photos

... instead of Pita. It was delicious.

N felt better the next day so we did the New National Gallery. It was a very cool underground space. Lots of awesome things in there too. We then headed to the Holocaust Memorial, N had to see it, well, because it is a must see. You really have to experience it if you have the chance. I then led N to the Brandenburg Gate, and we walked round to the Reichstag and back, after which I took N ...

Taking it a bit easier today

A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 23, 2014

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... information boards that show good pictures of the site back when it was the American-controlled crossing point East to West. After a relaxing coffee Samson and dad headed into the smallish Trabant museum. A very interesting collection of Trabant models including ones with tents on top. A interesting video that interviewed management of the now defunct Trabant company commenting on the fact the DDR government refused to fund further models of the Trabant. Engineers ...