Schlosshotel Diedersdorf

Address: Kirchplatz 5-6, Diedersdorf, Berlin, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kirchplatz 5-6, Diedersdorf, Berlin, is near Berlin Wall, Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion), Spandau Citadel (Spandauer Zitadelle ), and Altstadt Spandau.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Days 22-25 - Best of Berlin

A travel blog entry by davo1764 on Aug 23, 2015

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... tomato and onion sauce and sprinkled with curry powder. Of course there are the mandatory fries on the side. Deliciousssss! I attempt to cram in some research on Berlin following our return to the hotel and end up with a short list of tourist targets for us to visit over the coming days.

The next day we visit the remnants of the Berlin Wall as well as Checkpoint Charlie and then hit the Berlin Mall which is a major shopping centre here. The ...

Travelling to Berlin

A travel blog entry by rskil on Jun 04, 2015

... for the manager to let us into the apartment, there were a number of people who had booked apartments and she had to show each one eye. Our apartment is very clean and roomy. It is close to the little supermarket which carries all that one needs for basics. We can cook here but the washing machine we can not work out, I know there is a trick to ...

Umbrella….Take or not to Take?

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 07, 2014

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... in that this highly conspicuous structure could be seen from West Berlin, and was intended to represent the socialist part of Germany at that time. The official opening was on October 3rd, 1969. It has gone thru some upgrades over the years including updates to the air conditioning and technology. The Tower also has a revolving restaurant….sound familiar? This Tower is only 368 metres compared to our CN Tower in Toronto at 553 metres. My Berlin Welcome Card came in ...

Beautiful Berlin

A travel blog entry by jessanderson on Aug 17, 2014

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... memorials for the various groups of people that were persecuted during the Nazi's rein. In my opinion, the most striking of which (understandably) is the Jewish holocaust memorial. If you weren't told what it was before you saw it then you probably wouldn't know, but walking through it truly gave you a feeling of oppression, coldness and isolation among other things and I'm not normally an artsy person who would pick up on that kind of thing. Our tour leader was awesome ...


A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 22, 2014

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... anyone with an education. They burned these things in the area in front of the university. They have a war memorial in this square that is a glass in the ground looking down to a room with shelves symbolizing a library. Also a plaque with an excerpt from one if the authors books who was burned saying that those who burn books will eventually burn people. Which turned out to be eerily true. We next walked to the Brandenburg Gate. For 28 years while the Berlin ...