TOP CityLine Hotel Domicil

Kantstrasse 111a, Berlin, 10627, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Dinosaurs Dinosaurs, Caravaggio and Greeks

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010

16

... for tonight’s dinner. Greek was the soluti9on and we went to a restaurant called Pratirio on Knesebeckstrasse. The food was wonderful Kathy had lamb chops and I had a Greek mixed grilled, pieces of beef, chicken, pork and of course Lamb. The food was the best one can get, when one is not in the islands of Greece. And there was Greek beer. Life in Berlin is so good. After a relaxing evening of food, Greek music and people watching the owner offered me ...

Berlincredible

A travel blog entry by mikeraph

134

... was bloodwurst and liverwurst; sounds gross but is actually really nice.

This is dragging on a bit so I'll try to quickly sum up the other things I liked in Berlin:
Riding around the Englischer Garten and taking sneaky glances at the nudists sunbathing there
The epic displays at the Pergamonn Museum
The comprehensive documentation of the Nazi regime at the Topography of Terror
The Deutsches History Museum
Sundays at ...

I am a Jam Doughnut

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

1

... without a set time frame and many Soviet POW's were purposely brought here to be murdered, this was quite a sobering experience. You get a real idea for the scope of the camps (it's huge) and they have really displayed the information and many people who passed through the camp's walls lifetimes and experiences and what life was like at the camp. It would be impossible to capture them all unfortunately as a great deal of people were murdered here. It was also one of ...

Third Reich History & Jewish Atrocities

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... the German people (similar to 9-11). The fire was blamed on the Communists, and there was a guy who confessed. But he was known to have confessed before to acts that he didn't commit. And there was no other evidence that he'd done it. There's a theory that Hitler himself ordered the fire, in order to provoke popular support. And popular support he got, in multitudes. He was given "sweeping powers to preserve national security", as Rick Steves says. Hitler used these powers ...

Potsdam for Dummies

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

7

... the Potsdam film Museum and found a route through several areas of development/re-development to the square on which both the church and the Alte Rathaus stand. Apart from these two fine buildings, the main features of architectural interest in the area are several blocks of incredibly ugly and very dilapidated flats. As far as we could tell, they were all unoccupied and are presumably leftovers from the Warsaw Pact years when Potsdam was incorporated into East Germany, just outside ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Heidi's Spielzeugladen, Aqui Espana, and Berliner Musikantiquariat.
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