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TravelPod Member ReviewsMichelberger Hotel Berlin
Stayed for 5 nights with my wife. This place was recommended by my mate and was in a good location, not far from the funky bars, walking distance to the East Side Gallery and only a short train ride into the city. The service was good, the room was small but adequate. The only downside was that it can get a bit noisy, but usually quiet enough to go to sleep or sleep through it. Inside had a funky bar and chill out zone with free wifi. If back in Berlin, I would definitely stay again.
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Berlin is a city I have been longing to visit for such a long time. The richness of its history, combined with the unique creativity makes it one of Europe’s most fascinating places to visit. We ended up there in June - an ideal month to enjoy warmth, without it being stifling.
We flew into Berlin Schönefeld …
... this trip is the Casa Camper hotel. We last stayed at a Casa Camper a number of years ago in Barcelona. They have their own unique and casual style, and provide a lounge with free food and soft drinks. In this hotel it is on Level 7 with views over the German capital. For the afternoon, and to celebrate that the weather was warmish and fine, we decided ton take ourselves for a walking tour of Berlin. From the hotel it is a short walk to the ...
... taken in a blacked out van so did not know where they were and their family knew nothing either. They were kept in cells on their own and never saw anyone else except the guard and someone who interviewed them. Mostly they were people who did not agree with the communist way of life.
After all that we all went back to Alona's and had another jolly supper talking to the children and about what we had seen.
... Alex'. Socialist Architecture Most of the buildings on the square were destroyed by allied bombing during the Second World War. After the war it became the center of East-Berlin and the square was used as a showcase of socialist architecture. This resulted in some plain bulky buildings and a huge television tower. Fernsehturm The TV tower, known as the Fernsehturm or the Tele-spargel (toothpick) is one of the largest structures in Europe. The total length to the top of the spire ...
... up freaking out all weekend long at the sights, and it was incredible for others, like myself, who are more like laypeople when it comes to history. Still, we saw many of the places that were notorious and relevant to the two world wars and Germany's history in general. Because I simply have so much to prepare for, I'm going to ...