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 Sunday Market at Boxhagener Platz.
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      Berlin...

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 06, 2014

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      We took a midday flight from Oslo to Berlin, Germany. This is our only flight during our trip in Europe. Our reasoning for the flight is that we had already covered most of the territory by train and to spend an entire day on the tracks would be too great a sacrifice compared to the reasonable airfare on Air Berlin.

      We decided to use the …

      Berlin

      A travel blog entry by ontheroadwgps on Sep 18, 2014

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      Today we toured the city of Berlin, the capital of Germany. The estimated population in Berlin is around 3.8 Million people.

      The US Embassy is right across the street from the Holocaust Memorial. The Memorial is a 4.7 acre area scattered with 2,711 concrete slabs in various heights on a sloping field. The artists goal was to create an uneasy feeling for those who walked through the memorial.

      This fascinating city has experienced some ...

      Day 32 - Berlin, Germany

      A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 22, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... of his ethnic cleansing, Hitlers demise, and the aftermath of his time at the helm. It then moves on to the rise of the Soviet Union and communism in east Germany/Berlin and their reign of terror. To finally the taking down of the wall in 1989, and Berlin today. We were in the museum for over 2.5 hrs reading first hand stories plastered all over the maze of walls. It was probably just as confronting as Auschwitz, in Auschwitz you can't even imagine what it could've ...

      Moving on to Czech Republic

      A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Jul 20, 2013

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      ... with its porcelain carillion(bells). Meissen's medieval Albrechtsburg Castle and Cathedral from the 15th century, is the oldest original fortress in Europe having missed being damaged in any wars. From here we moved onto Dresden, known as the 'Florence of the Elbe' because of all the Italian artists and craftsmen who visited leaving incredible masterpieces all over the city. Much of the city was bombed and incinerated just before the end of WW2 - ...

      Meooooow!!

      A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on May 30, 2013

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      ... no amount of stretching the next day helped one bit. Oh well. The plan for the girls was to check out the flea market near where they were staying in the morning, then meet me at the Check Point Charlie Museum at 2pm. In the morning, I went to check out the Topograpghie des Terrors with a girl from my dorm, Ally. I liked her a lot, American and a bit ditsy, but nice enough. The Terrors Museum was sad. Similar to a place I visited in Cologne, it was an old Gestapo headquarters, ...