Nollendorfplatz City-Apartments

Nollendorfplatz 7, Berlin, 10777, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Ode to Freedom

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 17, 2014

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... 50 million lives taken in WW2. 50 Million people! How many people are 50 million?! What's to be done with the Germans after the war! Divide Germany into occupied zones Berlin also divided into sectors In 1960, 10 000 citizens immigrated every month Keep them here, no more can go! Walls since the beginning of time Wall of Jericho, walls of ancient cities Ancient civilizations Do good walls make good neighbours? Borders, barriers ...

Berlin Day Six - Olympiastadion

A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 10, 2014

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... the Olympic park precinct around 250,000. Still Hitler announced at one of his speeches from the lectern in the Olympic park that 1,000,000 people were there listening to him!! See what I mean about him being an opportunist!! 100k in the stadium and 250k in the park is not even half way to a million....! I've taken a photo of hitlers lectern where he and Benito Mussolini - the Italian dictator and hitlers main ally stood to give speeches. The Olympic torch relay was also invented by ...

Berlin - History meets Horror

A travel blog entry by thefantastic on Sep 26, 2013

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... there were too many prisoners. Basically prisoners were expected to work and contribute and those who refused were killed. The zone 2 showed how even after the war was lost. Soviets took over Berlin and kept their own prisoners there - mostly Russians. Many died during that time too.

Talking about the soviets - they found Hilter's unburnt body and kept quiet about it so that they can retain control of Berlin. Wasn't until 1970s that they admitted that he was ...

Finally Arrived

A travel blog entry by pixiepoodle on Sep 14, 2013

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Wow, that was a long trip. Finally I am resting at the hotel and getting ready for bed. Yes, it's only 8pm, but I've gone the last 24 hours with only 2 hours of sleep on a plane from London to Helsinki. And when I woke up they had put a sandwich in front of me! It was pretty good! Because our flight from London was late leaving Helsinki in the morning, we were an hour late leaving London. When we landed in Helsinki, the ...


A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 26, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... names I'm sure I would recognize had I done my World History homework. Both churches were beautiful and we took lots of pictures. You should look at them! Dinner Wednesday night was one of the coolest things we've done on our trip. We went to an event called Dining in the Dark, which is exactly what it sounds like. The restaurant was pitch black- it was like being blind. In fact, all of the waiters are blind (or visually impaired)! On top of this, you are not told what ...