Hotel Berlin Markischer Hof am Tacheles

Linienstrasse 133, Berlin, 10115, Germany | Hotel
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Berlin...

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... memorial to those 136 people who lost their lives attempting the crossing. One whole room was dedicated to President Ronald Reagan, the man who many credit for ending the cold war and causing the fall of the wall. I thought that honorable mention might have been given to the American taxpayer who funded the arms race (remember "Star Wars") he engaged in to accomplish the mission. Oooopss, sorry, no politics. Needless to say "the Gipper" deserves ...

Berlin - Day 1, Saturday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson

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... Gallery - the remains of the Berlin Wall. We walked the 1 1/2 ks length along with many other tourists, taking photos of the wall to wall murals along the way. We continued walking until we reached Ostbahn station Where we caught train to Alexander Platz, then a bus to Potsdam Platz where I was in need of a coffee and something to eat before attempting the observation deck at the top of Daimler house. Not ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by heidif

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... and West Germany, the gate was inside the death strip which was the border where you'd have been shot if you entered. At that time, the gate stood in what looked like a field where now there are buildings all around. Like much of Berlin, the gate was rebuilt after being bombed heavily in the war. Now that it's dark, we head back to our home to enjoy some wine on our balcony. The evening breezes are lovely.

Good Night ...

Third Reich History & Jewish Atrocities

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... Nazis. But I learned a lot more about it. And it's actually a little controversial.

The first reason it's controversial is because of its location. It was built just south of the Brandeburg Gate, in the middle of Berlin, and nowhere near an actual site of Jewish persecution. It cost 27 million Euro to build, and a lot of people thought the money would be better spent on a train to take people to a concentration camp. But the location was by design. Not only so ...

Fantastico Banana!

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

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... 12:00.

We started the day with breakfast in the Ibis Styles where a reasonable choice is offered in a dining room that is popular with lots of guests and open from before 07:00 until after 11:00 which should suit just about everyone. Then we packed our day-sack and jumped on the U-bahn to Alexanderplatz where we bought tickets for the westbound train at a slightly pricey €16 return each. We had a change somewhere along the way, possibly Spandau and about a ten ...

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This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Tacheles, Oranienburgerstrasse, Berliner Ensemble, and McPaper&Co.
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