How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Seehof Hotel Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... At Gendermanmarket there was a 1euro admission fee, and everything inside was definitely more expensive. There was a large section of handicrafts, jewelery, homewares and decorations, with one of the highlights being hand carved nativity scenes, which had I been a bit more financially secure I may have considered, but they were a lot out of my price range. I then caught the bus from Potsdammer Platz to Hermannplatz to meet Emma for ...
Today, we traveled on the Autobahn, a highway with no speed limit, in order to reach the Grunewald Station.
This is the train station, Grunewald, where the Jews were brought for deportation. The Jews were herded as cattle up the cobblestone road to Platform 17. They were crammed into train cars and transported to Auschwitz to ...
... which was one of the only Shuls not totally destroyed. Much of it had been but it was rebuilt and reopened in the 1990's. Today only a small room is used for services and the rest is a tribute to the Jews of Germany, some of their sacred belongings and stories. We climbed to the top of the dome for a great view of the city.
Final stop of the day was the Neues museum which houses Nefertitis head which is truly amazing. The girls were in awe of the ...
... our visited was learning that Bao Bao, the Giant panda that had been at the Berlin zoo for over 30 years, had pasted away about a year earlier. After the zoo, we hopped over to the Reichstag build, the home of the Germany government. According to history, this was the last building to have surrendered to the Allied forces during WWII. The original facade of the building was kept but a modern audience hall and dome was added following ...
... went to Checkpoint Charles which served as a checkpoint in West Berlin for foreigners to come over. It now has a famous photo of the last American soldiers facing East Berlin to watch the Soviets. Our final stop was a church built by Fredrick II to show his religious tolerance in the Enlightenment age. Next to it is a famous college which produced more Nobel prize winners than any other country- Einstein was the physics professor here.This was a long day involving walking ...