Dorint Adlershof Berlin

Address: Rudower Chaussee 15, Berlin, 12489, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Adlershof area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, The Badeschiff, Mueggelsee, and Wild at Heart.
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        • Restaurant

        Features

        • Adjoining Rooms
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed

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        • Business Services
         

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        ... I then went off in the afternoon to check out the Stasi Museum. This is where the Headquarters of the Ministry for State Security were housed - or- the secret police of east Germany. This absolutely overwhelmed me. I think it was just as bad as Nazism and the far right. (Of course) The psychological torture was horrendous. And it only ended 25 years ago. They fallaciously called it the GDR, German Democratic Republic. Funny the implication in a name. Went out ...

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        ... width of your house, the less taxes you had to pay. Because of how tight the homes are, each house along the canals (And Amsterdam has more miles of canals than Venice), has a crane at the top of the building to bring heavy objects like pianos to higher floors.

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        A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 16, 2014

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        ... Lane and across Great Fryup Dale and Glaisdale High Moor hoping it would end soon and we could get off our feet. Even the spectacular views from Glaisdale Rigg failed to lift our spirits. Maybe we were all missing the uncomplaining Badger? Then we had the navigational challenge of finding Red House Farm..."go through a five bar gate off the Rigg, cross the field until you see the school chimney appear, then go down the side of the school"...etc. We finally located Red House Farm and ...