Akzent Hotel Am Forum Steglitz

Address: Buesingstrasse 1 , Berlin, 12161, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

A day of sightseeing

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Jun 10, 2015

25 photos

Berlin holds a special place in my heart.

It's where both my parents were born, and where they lived most of the time until emigrating to the United States in 1947.

And because we always spoke German at home, I am able to get around pretty well in Berlin, even if we need to deal with someone who doesn’t speak English. (That doesn’t happen too often. We rarely came across a ...

Christmas Is Coming

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 01, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... it so the politicians could look up and see who gave them their power, the people of Germany. Instead they just look up and see a load of american tourists. Even more ironically, it was designed by an American architect! I found out that 90% of Berlin's buildings were destroyed during the war, and mostly rebuilt by woman. The Tegal airport in Berlin was rebuilt by hand in just 6 days. The airport currently being built is 2 years behind schedule. Next was the Holocaust memorial. ...

Booming Berlin - with bustling, broad boulevards

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Aug 21, 2014

2 comments, 60 photos

... of its past are a few sections of the Wall that once dominated the Platz, now on display beside its new U-Bahn station entrance.

Brandenburger Tor, known as the Brandenburg Gate, was inspired by Athen's Acropolis and this elegant arch was completed in 1791 as a royal city gate. It was in total disrepair at the time of Berlin's reunification, due ...


A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 18, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... beautifully minimalist memorial and again another example of Germany’s ability to acknowledge and remember their history while taking a very reverent and understanding stance when it comes to all of the terrible things that have happened.

Needless to say for us to stumble upon this fantastic tour was incredible because it really gave us a crash course in Berlin and allowed us to see a majority of the sights we had hoped to make ...

Wannsee Villa, Part II

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 17, 2014

10 photos

This is a picture of the Professor lecturing us on the conference of Wannsee Villa. There are pictures lining the board at the front of the room, of the people who attended the conference. The chart with numbers, is the number of Jews that were being discussed for extermination.
Immediately after the invasion, the mass murder of men, women and children began, but in November 1941, the ...