Park Plaza Prenzlauer Berg Berlin

Address: Storkower Strasse 162, Berlin, 10407, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pankow area of Berlin, is near Stasi Museum, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, and Warsawer Strasse.
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    Sachsenhausen concentration camp tour

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Sep 15, 2015

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    This morning we were up early to get a coffee and then to head to the train station to go on our tour to the Sachsenhausen camp. When we arrived at the train station we saw Maddi and Aleshia who were in our room in Bruges.

    Sachsenhausen camp is not a death camp. It was build to put prisoners to work. When you walk through the gates the sign reads " work will set you free" Sachsenhausen was build in 1936 it was the first new camp to be build under Himmlers ...

    Beer tasting , Charlottenburg place and schnitzels

    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... Rickie wants to take us to her favourite schnitzel restuarant. Ronny who happily has been able to join us orders 9 german tapas dishes including ham and sauerkraut, meatballs in mustard, blood sausage, cabbage rolls and a herring salda to be followed by a vienna schnitzel. Rickie has warned us the schnitzels are big so Tim and I share. The schnitzels are definitly big they take up the whole plate but are delious. We have a table on the balcony and have a great ...

    Portugal: Salt, Sea, Vine

    A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Apr 23, 2014

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    ... of cylinder shaped bones create patterns on the walls and skeletons hang limply from their hooks. Huddled under our umbrellas we peer up at some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Portugal. Fourteen marble Corinthian pillars form the Temple of Diana. It was walled up and used as the town slaughterhouse in the Middle Ages. This towering antiquity was uncovered in the late 19th century. We finish our short visit to Èvora with dinner at a tiny hidden but highly sought ...

    Nostalgiline jalutuskäik

    A travel blog entry by kylliki on Oct 27, 2013

    ... ks klaasist ja betoonist moodne mürakas keset lagedust, taamal paistavad staadioni prozhektorid. Rahvast miskipärast hullult palju jalutamas - ei ole jalgpallimatsh, on hoopis hiiglaslik täika. Õnneks mõjub lennupagasi kaalupiirang distsiplineerivalt. Soetan hindult 10 EUR punased nahkkindad. Oleks küll muudki võtta...
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    Would You Believe an Art Gallery...!?

    A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... subject of degenerate art. Apparently Hitler tried to turn the people against modern art and organised an exhibition of it during the '30's expecting to turn people off it but over two million people went to it and he had to take more direct measures to stop it such as confiscating art works.

    Another pic of the guide though I seem to have artfully focused on the 'armless statue in front. The guide was certainly ...