Hotel Castell

Address: Wielandstrasse 24, Berlin, 10707, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Story of Berlin, Savignyplatz, and Kathe Kollwitz Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    A Message Of Hope From Hel’s Pond

    A travel blog entry by anthonstmaarten on Apr 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... is a small remnant of what used to be a vast lake surrounded by acres of forest. The murky pond is believed to be the entrance to the underworld and is rumored to have been a place of human sacrifice.

    There is an unmarked statue of a gigantic bull overlooking this gateway to “Helheim,” which is a reference to the black bulls Hel used to send from the lake up to the surface. The bulls helped the pagan priest ...

    Braised knuckles and bruised knuckles

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... badly bruising his arms in the process :( it was then decided that we should head home to recover. Typically the weather cleared in te evening and we took a walk around our part of Berlin, stopping to get a drink and talk politics for a couple of hours. The way home consolidated my fears we were in a dodgy part of town. The street was covered in glowing red lights and prostitutes held the corners. We carefully made our way ...

    Day 3 - Berlin bike tour

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... didn't trust. Brandenburg gate is beautiful and amazing to think of Napolean's army marching through there. They had just held the world cup celebration there 2 days ago and they still had it fenced off and picking up the trash. We missed that by one day. English spoke by most everybody. Most signs in English as well. We are now renting a car and heading to Martin Luther area today and onto small medieval towns and castles. Hope we don't get lost or run over on the ...


    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 08, 2014

    23 photos

    ... new level. It was VERY hard for me to understand how a person could be controlled by a government. Everything in their lives was monitored by someone. Everything produced by companies was considered bad by outsiders. They shot, imprisoned, and ransomed prisoners and innocent civilians. I came out thinking the whole museum was just WEIRD. A good weird though because it put the Communist era into perspective and showed me the truth. Another weird, yet awesome quirk about ...


    A travel blog entry by lalauram on Oct 25, 2013

    5 photos

    ... sorry guys). Reading about these tragedies always gets to me, but it really hit me ******* Friday. It was like I was living through their despair, except I was powerless to do anything, to make a difference.

    But as my tour guide said, Berlin can't be defined by the events of tragedy and sadness, but we have to remember of its vibrant culture and what it means to see it still standing today. ...