Hotel Sarotti-Hoefe

Address: Mehringdamm 57, Berlin, 10961 , Germany | Hotel
 
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      Day 14 - Berlin Via Posnan

      A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... the magician, well, meh.

      After dinner we had a bus tour of the City after dark to see some of the buildings lit up. As part of the tour, we stopped for photos at the Brandenburg Gate (A former symbol of the divided city) and the Reichstag (Parliament) Building. It would have been nice to have seen more landmarks after dark.

      We were back to the hotel and had one of our best night's sleep yet.
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      Pub crawl in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by lmcmb on Jun 17, 2014

      ... we all signed each others shirts , had a great time screaming up down up down up down , more energy throughout the streets of Berlin . All the girls were hooking up with the boys . We played fussball. Then we entered matrix, where we all danced like maniacs on the stage and I was trying to dance with the red head and did some bump and grind with her on my hips. Kieran got kissed by Canada then we left ...

      Berlin Day Six - Olympiastadion

      A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 10, 2014

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      ... for these games which I never knew. They wanted it this way as it added to the drama and grandeur of their "show off" games. If you have a look at the front of the stadium you can also see how it was built to make an immediate and imposing impression. Hitler encountered another issue with the Olympics as it was something that was very dear to him and his beliefs - hitler wanted to exclude certain groups of people from competing. Hitler did not want any Jews or black people ...

      Berlin - History meets Horror

      A travel blog entry by thefantastic on Sep 26, 2013

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      ... of the survivors were the 3000 sick and medical people left in the camp. This part is so sad - imagine surviving all the way to the end and still being murdered. There was really no humanity.

      The concentration camp was humbling but def not as sad and life changing as the Cambodia killing fields. Probably how Germany has managed to clean up the place so well - making it rather sterile. And the happy residential area around it plus no body parts etc made it less ...

      Keeping It Classy In Berlin

      A travel blog entry by britanne on Sep 20, 2013

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      The crazy German lady wakes up at like 5:30am and makes as much noise as possible by stomping and slamming the doors. She even thought it would be fun to slam the window, which happened to be right over my head. My goodness, I think she's trying to make an effort to be an ******* now. It's a very rainy day out again, so we stopped by a second hand store to get Michelle a dirndl for Oktoberfest. We just hung around ...