TRYP By Wyndham Berlin City East

Address: Ruschestrasse 45, Berlin, 10367, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lichtenberg area of Berlin, is near Stasi Museum, Sunday Market at Boxhagener Platz, The Hoffmann Collection, and Sammlung Hoffman.
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      Day 4: History Overload

      A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... the Nazi's and all the destruction they caused. We also visited the holocaust memorial - which is a huge area with various size blank stones. You are left to interpret what they mean to you on your own but to me, they looked like gravestones, When you walk through them - you can catch a glimpse of someone & then they quickly disappear, I'm sure that was intentional. It was somber but so interesting as I have never been to a city ...

      Memory Lane, German-style

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 18, 2014

      339 photos

      ... feet, but still broiling. We returned to Babelplatz to see the memorial of the Nazi book-burnings, which took the form of an underground library, empty of books, viewed from the Square through a clear glass ceiling. We walked around the corner to the French and German Cathedrals, both of which were very impressive, stately affairs. Next was the F&R Chocolatiers on an adjacent street, with their showpiece creations covered in chocolate: a German footballer, the Brandenburg ...

      Day 18-19...A few set backs in the job department.

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Nov 12, 2013


      ... that has sucked him right in. I think once you find that book and a few subsequent others, it's much easier to read more and more. Hopefully this one does the trick, a few pages at a time. At least mr Bryson covers a fair few topics and he reminds me a little of our dear friend Neville whom we met in nuremberg. They Can both explain everything! And are so inspiring to talk/listen to about how the world works and what we are all made of. ...

      The European Adventure continues

      A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 29, 2013

      7 comments, 19 photos

      ... to Hitler’s domination. The building was seriously damaged by Russian forces and photos from 1947 show it as such. ...

      Thoughts on Berlin.....

      A travel blog entry by hittingeurope on Jun 15, 2013

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      ... hammered home the point that parliamentary meetings and debates were open to the public, as if to prove that there is no longer anything back-hand about German politics. This new ethos, reflected elsewhere in the city, makes for a very interesting place. I can honestly say hand on heart that there was not a dull moment in out three days sightseeing. We've done gorgeous buildings, Jewish museums, monuments, the Brandenburg gate, the Berlin catherdral, markets, the Berlin Wall, ...