Pension Potsdamer Platz

Schoeneberger Ufer 75 - 77, Berlin, 10785, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

From Ancient Lands to the Modern Day

A travel blog entry by denninfamily on Jun 24, 2014

19 photos

... view of the city. When we returned to the base of the dome, there was a detailed history in pictures of the Reichstag building with some very interesting pictures of the burned out shell that it became during WWII after being burned by the Nazi's. After our tour, we walked through the Tiergarten and took in the massive Fan Park set up for the World Cup. We took the opportunity to enjoy a quick currywurst and a Radler to fuel us for a couple ...

Berlin, the dark and twisty city.

A travel blog entry by ri-riga2rome on May 06, 2014

2 comments

... through too. The Humboldt University, where Albert Einstein taught, and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, where scores of world famous musicians created beautiful music are historic chapters that are just as important, though less well-remembered. Above all, what touched me most during my time in Berlin is the culture of German people, and their commitment to remembering while still moving forward with such positive determination. The city of Berlin taught me a valuable ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 29, 2013

7 comments, 20 photos

... US, British and French sectors. The plans failed due to the Berlin Airlift which carried supplies to the Western sectors, and in May 1949 the blockade was lifted. That same year, the Soviet part of Germany became the German Democratic Republic (GDR) with East Berlin as its capital. The other zones became the Federal Republic of Germany with the capital Bonn. The western part of Berlin became a separate enclave surrounded by East Germany. A 'Protection Barrier' Until 1961, East ...

Day 7 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by dior114 on Sep 21, 2013

We had a delicious buffet I has fried egg on toast and some chorros. We walked to the big German flag and had some trouble finding our tour guide but Richard was the one who ended up finding her. Her name was Gretta she was very informative. It was a walking to that went for 5 hours I wasn't sure whether I could walk that far without my legs dropping off. I learnt that Berlin's " symbol" was ...

Esperanto Yet Again

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 07, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

... had to know all or nothing...





All in all an excellent vibe but I seemed to be the only one getting stuck into the beer.

After tea we ended up at another place for dessert.

Our waiter turned out to be an ethnic Turk and once I told him that our English bloke spoke Turkish they were suddenly best friends. The transformation was remarkable. We all had a go at ordering in Turkish and that didn't do any harm ...