Hotel Pension Dittberner

Wielandstrasse 26, Berlin, 10707, Germany | Hotel
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Under Reconstruction

A travel blog entry by sammyjoy


The first thing that was noticeable coming through Germany towards Berlin on the autobahn. Was that all German drive German made cars - BMW, Audi, Mercedes or Volkswagen. Some cars are going so quick opinion the fast lane it's crazy! The countryside has heaps of wind turbines, even more than Netherlands. The bus ride was made interesting by everyone getting up to the front one by one and doing an intro about themselves (name, age, what you do at home, relationship status, 2 truths 1 ...

An afternoon in Berlin

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... pieces of Jesus's cross- if you put all the "real" pieces together, they'd equal an object several times the size it should be. However, even if it is a fake piece, it's still pretty looking.
I had wanted to go to this funky tech/design museum on the other side of town, but I was starting to run out of time. Instead, I walked around the side streets. Again, I marveled at how devoid of people they were given the massive crowds just a few blocks away at the ...

Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by lolfinch


... the structures leaving only ruins. The crematorium machines were still quite visible though. Such a horrible part of history. After the camp tour we back on the regional train, then the underground and headed to St Christopher’s Hostel where our tour group and many others watched Andy Murray win Wimbledon. The atmosphere was insane. Everyone was going for Murray. After that it was back onto the underground and on two buses back to the ...

Berlin Bound

A travel blog entry by jcleiker3


... short walk to see Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag . Those are very significant landmarks in Berlin. Actually when the Reichstag burned down Hitler blamed it on the communists and used that event to help him finally gain power in Germany. The Brandenburg Gate is in countless photos from that period. We actually had to walk a round some construction to get to the gate. We found out later that the construction was really them setting up for president Obama to come here later in the ...


A travel blog entry by dansam2012

... in this city. Berlin does not have as many old buildings as other cities we have visited as most of them were destroyed in the war or some were demolished if they were near the Berlin Wall. We went to a German Restaurant which was recommended by our tour guide. We both have been excited to try some real German food and we were not disappointed. Dan had Pot Pork Ribs in Beer Sauce, sauerkraut and boiled potatoes and I had Bratwurst Sausage in Beer Sauce with sauerkraut and ...

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This 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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