Address: Ferdinandstrasse 39, Berlin, 12621, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf area of Berlin, is near Memorial Centre for the Victims of the Ministry of State Security, Hohenschoenhausen Prison, Stasi Museum, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Buses and birthdays and boredom

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 03, 2015

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... kerb waiting for the Disney Electric Parade - minus the lights and princesses of course). We soon realise that there is enough room onto he sidewalk for us to pass in the opposite direction to the protestors, so we start walking again.

45 minutes, a bakeri visit and souvenir shop purchase later we reach "out destination". No idea how many steps were walked today, but my feet are killing me.

Goodbye Berlin. Thanks for the memories. Prague here we come.

Berlin (12/1)

A travel blog entry by the_wes on Jan 12, 2015

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Today we said goodbye to Prague, and it's extremely good exchange rate and hello again to Germany, as we made our way to the German powerhouse of Berlin. Again we travelled by car from Prague to Berlin. The trip took a lil longer than the trip the other day, just seemed like the driving wanted to do the limit. As we were driving along, we walking the country side fly by. ...

Berlin, this time without The Wall.

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Oct 01, 2014

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... tour with a most knowledgeable Pom guide. We visited a building where a number of executions took place in the corner of the courtyard, the most notable a regular soldier who attempted to assassinate Hitler. The courtyard featured in the film Valkyrie. We couldn't get to the Soviet monument because the road was still blocked off after Sunday's marathon. The Holocaust Memorial was most unusual - a modern art ...

Reunited with my German

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

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... a city street with no signs or plagues.

The next place we visited was the Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism. The memorial consisted of several grey blocks varies in height. Walking through the memorial I had the feeling of uniformity and entrapment, the architect definitely knew what effect they wanted to give visitors. We had learnt on the Busabout bus that there was a lot of controversy over this memorial as the company that provided ...

World War II & New German Pride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

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... power and declared the Third Reich (third empire), Germany was not in a good state. People were poor, hungry, and needing a change. Hitler and his followers saw this, along with a series of unfortunate coincidences, as opportunities to use the Jewish people as scapegoats and to rise to power. Even if other people in Germany didn't agree with the accusations Hitler declared about Jews, they were satisfied with the order, stability, and organization that his regime brought into ...