Hotel Amelie Berlin West

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

Day 11 - Munich-Berlin

A travel blog entry by liambass on Aug 27, 2014

... but the other train was late aswell. Got to berlin after just over 6 hours at the giant train station, and caught the S-bahn 2 stops to the hotel. Ventured out for dinner, had burgers at a place really close to us underneath the train tracks on the edge of the ...

3 Countries, 3 Days

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jul 05, 2014

20 photos

... of the President of Hungary, several shops, and Matthiaschurch. We walked around quite a while taking in the views of the city. We saw the changing of the guard in front of the President's office which was really cool. It took me back to the time I saw the changing of the guard in Arlington Cemetery near D.C. Although this ceremony was a little more upbeat. After that we walked around the large museum. It looked more like a palace than a museum, and back when there was ...

Impressions of Berlin

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Apr 19, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... of sectors eg French, British, American at that time and you had to register in the appropriate sector before travelling within West Berlin. The Allied Checkpoint was the main transit from West to East and I travelled through there in '85 also. The protocol for going through this checkpoint was all had to be in full military uniform and check in via British control room. Once cleared, drove through the ...

To Berlin We Go!

A travel blog entry by rwilson242 on Nov 22, 2013

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... the group and I only scratched the surface of what Berlin had to offer.

However what made the trip great was the group of people who traveled with me. I am so thankful that I was chosen to journey with these particular people. I feel that we are strong together, and this helps to make the greatest memories. Sometimes, slowing down and relaxing near an internet cafe that was kind-of-sketchy make for the best experiences of all.

Segway tour and the Reichstag

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 30, 2013

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... the wall, that thing was huge. Went to Hitler's bunker, where he committed suicide, it's closed up so it wouldn't become a monument to him. Off to the Brandenburg Gate, the embassies, Karl Marx's statue and back where we started. About 3 hours all together, all of them cold and windy.

When we finished, we ran into the closest building to get warm. Then the S7 to the main hauptbanhof, to the U55 to the Reichstag for our tour of the dome. The U55 is the shortest subway in the ...