Comet Hotel

Address: 175 Kurfurstendamm , Berlin, 10707, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Aqui Espana, Heidi's Spielzeugladen, and Berliner Musikantiquariat.
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      Travel Blogs from Berlin

      It's 23 freaking degrees outside!

      A travel blog entry by katierobinson on Dec 27, 2014

      36 photos

      ... but the sign said that they were helping the bee population because all of God's creatures, not just humans, need to be protected and loved. Christians can be environmentalists too! We decided it was time for lunch and went to the closest warm looking restaurant we saw. It was a nice looking Mexican restaurant, and luckily the food was delicious. After some chips and salsa I had some vegetarian tacos (although I would not really call ...

      Berlin

      A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Sep 21, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the centre of the lake!! We saw an area that was taken over by the KGB and a Priest's house that was converted into a KGB prison. The Nazi's hated the church and I don't think the Russians cared all that much either! This whole trip to Berlin has made me realise I know nothing of the war and what took place here! It is quite mind boggling that until relatively recently the people of the East were suppressed! Locked behind a wall and restricted to where they could travel! ...

      Berlin Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jmcnamara on Jul 08, 2014

      ... the largest public viewing locations in the world. I heard that there were 500,000 people there, but that might be a tad high. But it was still very crowded, despite the weather. It wasn’t claustrophobic, however, because they had over a dozen huge screens spread out along a major boulevard (roughly a mile long). It was quite the spectacle. Then the game started. Wow. Unbelievable. What a thrilling span of less than 20 ...

      Cars on the road to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 10, 2014

      8 photos

      ... point is seemingly used as a Truckers' car park. How the wheels of time keep turning...
      We couldn't resist popping into Magdeburg en route. It still felt vaguely naughty and even a bit daring. From the main road, Magdeburg announces itself with its dreary skyline of brutalist communist housing blocks, which we drove through after getting a bit lost.These brutalist communist housing blocks still seem rather harsh, and folk seemed more than usually surprised to see Red, ...

      Mayday mayhem with a side of Sachsenhausen

      A travel blog entry by tonezf on May 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... The Gestapo (secret police) manned a walled section containing high profile prisoners tortured on a daily basis. A medical section for the ill was really a chance to experiment different drugs and operations. Lastly there was a section where men were excited by being shot or put into a gas chamber. We were given a detailed history about the beginning, rise and fall of the camp. The story of how long it took for all the persecuted groups to be acknowledged was ...