Maritim Hotel Berlin

Address: Stauffenbergstrasse 26, Berlin, 10785, Germany | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Berlin Philharmonic, Picture Gallery (Gemaldegalerie), Panorama-Punkt, and New National Gallery (Neue Nationalgalerie).
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      The sound of music, berlin wall and red lights

      A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 18, 2014

      2 comments, 64 photos

      ... for us here was a familiar face for Rachael. Juan was an exchange student who lived with the Wiedmans for 3 months in 2006. Nice reunion.

      Juan was enthusiastic to say the least to show us the best time possible in Berlin. He showed us all the tricks like drinking in public, drinking on the metro while avoiding the ticket master ...

      Ich Bin Ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 19, 2014

      24 photos

      ... A few beers and bratwurst later and we returned to the hostel to plan for our time in Berlin. As we had so much fun on the last one, we decided to do another cycling tour. This time we would stay in the city centre, cycling between each of the many tourist sites. We started out at the scene of the infamous book burning outside the Humboldt University. There was an underground memorial of empty shelves, enough space to house all 20,000 books that were burned. We ...

      A Day in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 11, 2014

      6 photos

      ... In their cells, they could only sit or stand or walk for 17 hours and no talking, whistling or singing was permitted. They were regularly observed through a peep hole in the cell door. At night, the prisoner had to sleep on his or her back, with arms outside the covers. They were frequently woken to enforce this rule.
      And then there were the interrogations. There were 103 cells, but 120 interrogation rooms! The interrogator was familiar with the prisoner having studied his file, and ...

      Dinosaurs Dinosaurs, Caravaggio and Greeks

      A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 15, 2013

      16 photos

      ... that I personal enjoyed the museum day today. It was the best of the best. Kathy got a lot out of today, she was able to actually see and experience the many things I have talked about concerning 17th century art and dinosaurs.

      Off to the races again we went looking for a place to make our train reservations for next week. We went to the DB at the Freidrichstrasse station (that is Deutsch Bundesbahn) to arrange our transportation to the ...


      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 30, 2013

      1 comment

      ... with wooden home made doors. This divides the area into storage spaces for each of the tenants. We were so surprised at op how big the space was. Paul and I had never been down there before. We found Specky's enormous pile of boxes and helped him to carry them from one room to another as he sorted through all of his stuff. It took him a little while, as he found lots of memories in the form of drawings, magazines that published his cartoons and production ...