Hotel Amelie Berlin West

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

"Living" in Berlin

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jun 30, 2014

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... it to be. The woman who owns the flat was kind enough to leave us some candy and pretzels (both of which are long gone now) and many helpful hints about local favourites. We settled in and napped a little before heading out for dinner. The plan in Berlin is to of course, see the sites, but also to "live local". We find that we're not taking our camera out with us as much as we feel like we're "living" more than touring. I'm sure we won't ...

Check-In Done!

A travel blog entry by orimono on Apr 15, 2014

... forward to it. Especially as I am only back from Madrid and those two places hardly can be much further apart in Europe.

So keep your fingers crossed, that I am not going to take the wrong plane and end up in Timbuktu or Tansania or Thailand instead of Turkey ;-)

Berlin - History meets Horror

A travel blog entry by thefantastic on Sep 26, 2013

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... of the Berlin walk was also a mistake. There was increasing protesting against the fall of communism and east Berlin decided to set some criteria (Min income in east Berlin, relatives in wear Berlin etc). However the day that was announced, the press officer forgot to mention that. And he said the wall was open immediately (supposed to be next day to allow the border guards time to prepare). And this caused massive groups of people just pouring out and breaking through ...

Remembering the past and looking forward

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Aug 29, 2013

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... to be in town for a vegan festival! Alexanderplatz was swarming with people eating vegan food and learning about animal welfare issues.

Berlin is also sobering. It is not ignoring its dark history of World War II, the persecution of Jews and others, and the Berlin Wall (1961-89). There are plenty of reminders, posters, exhibitions and museums on these subjects. It struck me that unlike the ancient history I’ve been exposed to in the ...

Berlin Weekend

A travel blog entry by robchurch on Jul 26, 2013

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... an uprising. The same logic formed the reasoning behind splitting the rest of the country. The Soviet Union took both Eastern halves, while France (?), the US, and Great Britain all had thirds of the Western halves. Several years after the splitting of Berlin, the controlling government of East Germany realized that something had to be done to prevent the fleeing of its entire population from its communist society. In response to this problem, they decided the ...