Potsdamer Inn

Address: Potsdamer Strasse 145, Berlin, 10783, Germany | 3 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by javierpentzke19 on Dec 05, 2014

    ... just unfolding. Eventually we all move to this club Matrix which allegedly is one of the biggest in Germany. Once inside we notice the huge size of the club and decided to go hopping from one dancefloor to the other. We all continue drinking even more, dancing all together, and mingling some more as well. The night progresses and we all enjoy ourselves thoroughly. I cant describe how much fun it was because its one of those things that you have to live and ...


    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... and felt a lot like tombs and being in a crypt. Freddy told us there was a bit of controversy with the memorial, as the company who they bought the product from that was sprayed on the blocks to stop graffiti from sticking was the same company who supplied the Nazis with the gas that was used in gas chambers in WWII. They eventually ended up donating the product, to save themselves in the eyes of the public. Underneath here is a museum to go with the memorial, which we returned ...

    Berlin Elementsry School PD Continued

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... the store, just to set it on fire! Student: Yes! Teacher: And you can smell them! Student: Yes!
    Teacher: I was so angry, and I wanted to get at that student. I said, I am a Jew; can you smell me? Student: ****! I have screwed up! The teacher never told the student that she really wasn't a Jew. She went to the principal and told him ...


    A travel blog entry by sburton on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... their special camp into this facility. From 1945 - 1950 the camp held politically undesirable people and those sentenced by Soviet military tribunals as well as those who had been arbitrarily arrested. By 1948 this special camp was the largest of the Soviet Camps. It was closed in March 1950 and by then 60,000 people had been imprisoned there, of whom 12,000 had died of malnutrition and disease. ...

    A Day in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 11, 2014

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    ... is a chillingly familiar experience. There are subtle memorials: a commemorative plaque, a statue of a naked man with hands bound, and a very plain, straight, slightly raised metal strip which marks the site of the execution. Despite a light drizzle and various maintenance works, this was another intensely powerful moment, of which there have already been so many examples on this amazing trip. You stand, you contemplate, you think, you reflect.
    Inside, there is a very informative ...