Hotel Amelie Berlin West

Address: Kaiserdamm 29, Berlin, 14057, Germany | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

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... was responsible for this spectacle, the lack of English made any sensible explanation futile. Besides there was a line waiting their turn for a picture at Checkpoint Charlie.

With this soldier hovering over the checkpoint and the American flags used as props, the U.S. and German governments must have sanctioned this in some fashion. All in all, though, I wish I had just lived with my memories and avoided this side show.If you've gotten this far, we'll look at Auschwitz and Terezin ...

Berlin - Day Two

A travel blog entry by tedbryce on Aug 09, 2014

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... thirty came too soon so we unlocked the bikes and waited downstairs for our guests. Right on cue they came gliding up the Mulakstrasse with friendly waves. Almost surreal to be catching up like this. First in Melbourne, then in Amsterdam and now in Berlin. And in January 2015, in Melbourne again. Cindy and Erik wanted to see the East Side Gallery, which is actually a kilometre long part of the original Berlin ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by docdavid on Jun 07, 2014

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... I didn't because the view from the Berliner Dom was fine.

Altes Museum - a wonderful collection of Greek and Roman art, including sculpture (e.g. the famous "praying boy"), jewellery, coins and artefacts. My favourite was a large glass amphora (urn for wine), made in 150 BC. This pre-dates the technique of glass blowing. It is incredible to see such a beautiful but fragile object that is > 2000 years old. It would look even more beautiful filled with red ...

Day 138.. A Reichstag tour

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 04, 2013

... and out the top whilst circling new fresh air from the opening above to the chamber below. The top of the dome is always open and when snow, rain, hail and the like enter the Dome they fall into the cone and are either recycled into air or piped below. The cone is also covered in mirrors which reflect the sunlight down into the building filling the chambers with natural light. Therefore for much of the year this section of the Reichstag doesn't need lights, air conditioners or ...

"Don't trust anyone."

A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Jul 23, 2013

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... sloping windows at the edge of the building. Not sure I'd like that job, a bit too dangerous for the sake of wiping away bird ****.
Once I'd collected back the weapon of my failed plot to demolish the Reichstag (my harmonica), we sat at a bench and tucked into some lunch, during which a pair of boys approached us supposedly working for the 'deaf and blind' charity. A unanimous cry of "No!" confirmed that we're now fairly interrail savvy. ...