SensCity Hotel Albergo

Address: Hohenzollerndamm 33, Berlin, 10713, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Story of Berlin, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, and La Vie en Rose.
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      Brothers in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 07, 2014

      28 photos

      ... spent 5 weeks in the Middle East we knew a thing or 2 about kebabs. The line at this kebab cart can be upwards of 3hrs sometimes luckily for us though it was only about 30 minutes, time killed by grabbing some more beers from a shop. The kebab itself is worth its reputation and should be a must have for anybody in Berlin.

      After kebabs it was off to get some groceries or so one would think, Berlin is famous for it's nightlife and the place we were heading was ...

      Ich bin ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 01, 2014

      20 photos

      ... s bunker. Hitler's bunker is just a parking lot now, well, the bunker is still there, you can't get to it or see it though. It is interesting to place it. It is very close to the Holocaust Memorial, like, right next to it in fact.

      We had a currywurst somewhere in there, it was a very average culinary experience.

      Short stop in Berlin, but a nice one. Next stop Barcelona and catching up with the peeps from home!

      The Aftermath Makes a Difference

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... however, is that if you walked through Berlin today without knowing that the city had been separated and delayed in its healing process, you might never guess that the city had a late start to reconstructing its memory. Various memorials, plaques, statues, museums, and symbols almost litter the city, commemorating dozens of specific groups and individuals who became victims during the Holocaust. Perhaps this overpopulation of memorials ...

      Ich bin ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by rumneet on Jun 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 228;ltigung.' It means coming to terms with the past. Apart from the Jewish memorial you can find memorials for other minorities that were murdered by the Nazis, including a memorial for those few brave politicians who stood up against the Nazis when they came to power. You can probably imagine what the consequences were for them and their families. Whatever one may think about the Germans, one has to hand it to them, they have gone above and beyond in order ...

      Divide and Conquer

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 15, 2014


      ... by a museum at another spot which has preserved some of the Berlin Wall. It was a free outdoor museum which took people all through the 1900's in Germany, including the rise of Hitler, the persecution of Jews, Gypsies and homosexuals, WWII and the final days of Hitler. Then it went into the separation of East and West Berlin. And the eventual fall of the wall. Very well done museum.

      I got my picture taken at several points along ...