Hotel Ristorante Il Mulino

Address: Adolf-Martens-Str 2, Berlin, 12205, Germany | 2 star hotel
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Berlin day 11-15

A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 15, 2014

... museums too. Although most are closed on Monday. We have decided that walking tours are definitely the way to see a city. We also went to East side gallery which was amazing. It is the longest part of the Berlin Wall remaining and each panel is covered with art work. It was amazing. Berlin is so big, there is so much to see. Also the night life is meant to be amazing. You definitely need a couple of days to see the ...

Berlin Day 2

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara on Jul 07, 2014

... height. There are no plaques or names, just concrete. I’m not sure what the symbolism is, if any. It was certainly impressive, though. Not far away is the site of Hitler’s bunker where he committed suicide. Today, it is a gravel parking lot for an apartment building.

I walked across town to the Bendler Block, former Army HQ for the Nazis. Today, it is home to the German Resistance ...

Day 6 - Museums, The Wall and a Sunset

A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Jan 07, 2014

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... were lucky enough to be there just as it opened and so there were very few people. This is a really spectacular museum. The sheer size of some of the exhibits such as the Market Gate of Miletus, the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate have to be seen to be believed. This museum is well worth spending time at.

After we had spent a couple of hours at the Pergamon, we went into the ...

Day 139... One almighty stack!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 05, 2013

3 comments

... that I began to feel the immense pain in my elbow, wrist and hip. My head then began to spin and I thought I was going to vomit. So I sat down on the footpath, had a bit of water and was soon joined by another lovely lady who wanted to make sure I was ok. We sent Paul a message to call me and he did and I reassured her that I was fine and began walking to the nearest station to meet Paul. My bike was pretty squashed and there was a bit of metal ...

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 30, 2013

3 comments, 30 photos

... Alex'. Socialist Architecture Most of the buildings on the square were destroyed by allied bombing during the Second World War. After the war it became the center of East-Berlin and the square was used as a showcase of socialist architecture. This resulted in some plain bulky buildings and a huge television tower. Fernsehturm The TV tower, known as the Fernsehturm or the Tele-spargel (toothpick) is one of the largest structures in Europe. The total length to the top of the spire ...