St.-Michaels-Heim Hotel

Address: Bismarckallee 23, Berlin, 14193, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Aqui Espana, and Ajanta Indian Food Store.
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    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 04, 2015

    ... on the bed after a wonderful day and Paul went off to get some beautiful German bread and some fruit. What next happen I was unaware of until much later. As Paul stepped out of our apartment block onto the street below he was hit on his left side by a person traveling extremely fast on a push bike. The crash knocked Paul to the ground and he ended up on the pavement. Unsure how the cyclist faired and don't much care either!!!!!! Paul received ...

    Arrival Continued

    A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 05, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... 30 from Hackescher Markrt - which was easy to get to via the subway and train. I had purchased the Berlin Welcome Card (at the airport) for about 35 Euro and it offers unlimited use of transportation and many discounts for tours and restaurants. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. His name was Rick and he was from Pittsburgh!!! Hahaha. He came here to study and then never left, once he fell in love with the city! The tour was very extensive taking us to many of the ...

    Nazis and Communists

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 21, 2014

    17 photos

    ... emigrating (leaving the country). Those who somehow got through were easily accepted as immigrants (entering the country) in West Berlin, practically a western government surrounded by socialism. This wasn't as easy as it sounds since between the wall and the true boundary was an area known as the "death strip" which came with orders to shoot to kill any trespassers. Enough history, back to now. There is a portion of the wall remaining next to the Topography ...

    Berliners are not just delicious jam donuts....

    A travel blog entry by chanelkind on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... of people, especially the older generations, still struggle with the past and all the horrific things that happened during the war, which is completely understandable. It’s hard to imagine what it would have been like living in war conditions without actually being there. But I think it is crucial to not hold the new generations responsible for what happened almost 70 years ago. Germany accepts that the Nazis did awful inhumane things, but the rest of the world ...

    Day 100 and 101 ... Paul and Nonni are staying!!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 24, 2013

    1 comment

    ... or earning a single euro. His aim was to reach 3 years. No idea what his accommodation circumstances were like. It's such an interesting concept and I think it's a pretty cool idea. Not one I would be able to manage itself but I admire the people who can. Paul and I have decided we are going to try and adapt some of these principles into our daily lives. See what happens. I also finished off my book too. A very good read if anyone is interested ... ...