Hotel Siemensstadt

Address: Jugendweg 4, Berlin, 13629, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Spandau area of Berlin, is near Original Berlin Walks, Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg), Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion), and Brohan Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Berlin

        Ich liebe Berlin

        A travel blog entry by suzedogge on Sep 16, 2015

        48 photos

        ... way. We had to make him take a break, he wasn't going to stop for a drink or even lunch, and then even at the end of the 5 hours he was apologetic that he couldn't continue longer as he had a specialist appointment that he couldn't miss. To be honest, he was so good I think we could have probably gone another 5 hours and been just as absorbed in his info as we were from the moment we met. No matter where we were on the journey, near a station, walking down ...

        Two Year Anniversary

        A travel blog entry by elliepillar on Jun 17, 2015

        27 photos

        ... main street with lots of shops as well, so is worth visiting whatever you like - it was one of our favourite days out.

        We stopped at the Victory Column on the way back from Potsdam, and it was only €3 to get in (€2.50 for students) so we went up to the top - an amazing view of the Tiergarten and across Berlin. I also discovered that Sam has a really bad fear of heights, which made the whole visit quite amusing. It's a really great thing to see though, ...

        I am a jelly donut!

        A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Feb 16, 2015

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... 160;It bisects the city and would have cut off so many people from their normal routine.   We left that section of wall and headed to the Brandenburg Gate.  Once a symbol of victory in the 18th Century, it became a symbol of Berlin reunification when the wall fell.  We recognized it from news broadcasts we had seen in 1989!  Some of the surrounding area has unfortunately been turned into a tourist trap complete with fake pieces of the wall available for purchase. ...

        Day 8: Mixed Emotions

        A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 30, 2014

        21 photos

        ... ovens and pathology building where medical experiments were done. We ended the tour with a visit to the mass grave site. It was an eerie, uncomfortable experience but one I'll never forget. We stopped for lunch at a Jewish deli back in Berlin. It was hype and trendy with the best pastrami sandwiches I've ever had - rivalling New York and Montreal. Refreshed, we went to the Jewish museum, continuing the theme of the day. It was an excellent museum. We needed a break ...

        Wannsee Villa

        A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 17, 2014

        10 photos

        ... it has disappeared.

        The fireplace is one of the original fireplaces that was in the villa during the conference.

        There was a total of fifteen men who were in attendance of the Wannsee Conference. Reinhard Heydrich, the Head of Political Police, was the organizer, Adolf Eichmann, who was over the Ghetto of Jews, Dr. Rudolph Lance, who was over ...