Hotel Lichtenrade

Bornhagenweg 24, Berlin, 12309, Germany | Hotel
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An afternoon in Berlin

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... that I could try more things. The price was less than I would have expected for that type of place, but still more than a "normal" lunch. Overall, I was pleased.
Afterwards, I headed right down the street to the Brandenburg Gate. This is one of the major tourist spots. The square in front of the gate is completely mobbed, which is an interesting contrast to most of the rest of the city. It's as if nobody uses any of the side streets, but large groups of ...


A travel blog entry by sophieharmos


... as the morgue, with demonstration body bags lining one side of the space.

Another amazing experience in Berlin was an artistic panorama of the wall which had been erected near checkpoint charlie. You could pay to enter and there was a huge room with a wall on one side and scaffolding look outs to climb up to and see over the other side of the wall. Complete with sound effects and day and night lighting it was a really ...

Last leg of Germany

A travel blog entry by lozsue2013


... Again you will see some interesting photos and how meticulous there were with the re-build.

It was time for some lunch and as we had decided to walk to the Jewish Museum we wandered along and looked for a restaurant about half way. It was not until after lunch did I realise the map was printed upside down so a taxi was called for

It was then off to the Jewish Museum which turned out to be my favourite albeit a bit sobering. The design is wonderful, full of ...

More in Berlin

A travel blog entry by nicoll


... that one of the world's worst nutters planned his atrocities under the ground in front of your apartment!). We then headed to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews Of Europe. Outside the memorial information centre is a field of stelae which covers a vast area. There are around 2700 concrete blocks of varying sizes in the memorial and I assume that the idea is that each block of stone represents a number of dead people? There is no info available to explain the ...

Busy Busy Berlin

A travel blog entry by chrisandhana


... went on a walking tour of all the major sites in the centre of the city (by the Brandenburg Gate), this included:

the Holocauste memorial - a collection of concrete blocks of all different sizes, the artist never revealled what it represented so it means something different to each visitor;

the former Luftwaffe Headquaters - it was never bombed as apparently the allied pilots used it and the river to get their bearings. It's now used as ...


This hotel, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Laugh Olympics and Bergwerk.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding