Hotel M68

Address: Mauerstrase 68, Berlin, 10117, Germany | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie), and Friedrichstrasse.
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    On wasteland, and through the barricades....

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 08, 2015

    63 photos

    The title today comes from a Spandau Ballet song whose chorus goes " We made our love on wasteland, and through the barricades" They could have been writing about the location of my next visit to a famous Berlin art gallery. I got off the U2 at Potsdammer platz and walked up the stairs to the surface not knowing what to expect. Potsdamer platz from the end of WW2 to the fall of the Berlin Wall was a wasteland which the Wall bisected. It was a place of barbed ...

    Biking Berlin! Last day of the summer!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 30, 2014

    ... grabbing our bags and heading to the airport. Wh flew on a tiny little plane to Copenhagen, only 14 rows with 4 in each row. It felt like we were on a private jet! Our plane from Copenhagen to London was a much better size and we landed safely that night. It's been an absolutely awesome 5 weeks and flown by way too quickly! I now have 2 nights with the family in Oxford then back to London and back to work. Looking forward to the next round of travels in just a few weeks time! ...


    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... happening to them. This was a really personal experience, as the notes had little blurbs written beside them about the person and what happened to them. The next room documented 12 Jewish families from all over Europe and what happened to each family member during the war. The next room I found especially touching, it was quite a dark, blank room except for pictures and a name/words that were projected on one wall, and a voice that spoke about each person and what happened to them ...

    A Place of Darkness, and A Place of Hope

    A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... additional brutality?

    These are all complicated questions to answer, but the way I see it, it certainly disrupted the ability to face Sachsenhausen and find a proper way to come to terms with it. It wasn't until 1950 that the camp was closed and converted into a memorial site about 10 years after that. Most of the emphasis of the memorial site was focused on Soviet inmates who had suffered and died there during WWII. Of course, this ...

    Study Tour- Day 34

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 27, 2014

    ... commemorated the Oranienburg camp. The gate into the camp read "hard work will set you free", which is just a lie. Immediately upon entering you were in the roll call area. Thousands of prisioners would line up here each day. On time, prisoners were forced to stand for a day, over night, and into the next day, they weren't allowed to help each other or sit down. The camp was in the shape of a triangle and the barracks were placed in direct view of the ...