Bolsche 126

Bolschestrasse 126, Berlin, 12587, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

A History Lesson and a REALLY Chance Encounter

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... distinct differences from other parts of the country today. We learned a little about Berlin pre-WWII and the financial struggles the entire country was going through after the Prussian period. Of course, we learned a little about the Nazis since this was the birth place of the horrible regime. Hitler hated Germany and he specifically hated the city of Berlin, accusing Berlin of being all that was wrong with the entire country. Logically then, this is where he focused on ...

Day 5 - Reichstag, the War and Checkpoint Charlie

A travel blog entry by djh1959


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We next headed to Checkpoint Charlie for more photo ops but decided against going into the Museum. We spent some time walking along Friedrichstrasse, window shopping, until we reached Gendarmenmarkt which I was interested to see. Unfortunately most of the square was roped off as I believe a TV show or movie was being filmed at that time. I still managed to get some idea of how beautiful the square was. We intended to come back before ...

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... cities in different time zones. In 1997, when the clock was restored, a number of cities that were originally left out for political reasons were added, namely Jerusalem, St. Petersburg and Cape Town. On top of the clock is a simplified model of the solar system. The Fountain of International Friendship is a 23 meter wide circular fountain. At the center of the fountain is a modern structure that consists of a series of basins along which water flows down. The fountain - a ...

Cruise is over. Off to Berlin.

A travel blog entry by bridget6


6 am start to finish packing (gave up last night!) The luggage was loaded on the bus and we had a couple of hour's drive (and I had a little nap) to Potsdam. First stop was Sanssouci Park and a tour of the new Palace. We all had to wear large slippers over our shoes to protect the floors. Only one size available, about 15, so it was quite a sight to see us all skating around the floor. No wonder the floors are so shiny. A weird thing happened while ...

Gianni Says Good-bye

A travel blog entry by budz888


... many of whom were in East Berlin at unification. I've also been to an Asian grocery shop here and the range of what you can buy is phenomenal - including vegetables and herbs - which surprised me somewhat given that Germans don't seem to be that much into herbs and vegetables.

Turkish food consists overwhelmingly of döner kebap and other street food. In fact after about midnight it seems that there'd be no food available without the ...


This hotel, located in the Friedrichshagen area of Berlin, is near Mueggelsee.
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