TopDomizil Apartments Checkpoint Plaza

Address: Charlottenstrasse 75, Berlin, 10117, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie), and Schutzenstrasse.
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      Christmas Is Coming

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... in time. It wasn't a huge problem, as there was also a tour at 2pm. So instead I tucked into the classic backpacker breakfast, rice crackers with ham and cheese! It was here where I spoke to an Italian guy, who explained he was in Berlin possibly looking for a job, but he would prefer to look in a country where he could speak the local language as he liked to talk. Another half an hour passed before he eventually did stop talking! I then headed out and took a causal walk through ...

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      ... all Gypsies were made to wear on their clothing when being sorted at the concentration camps. The memorial is located in beautiful park right next to the Reichstag and it was also pointed out to us that while the German’s could have chose to either place all of these memorials in a single spot or relegate them to obscure parts of town they instead have used prime real estate to make sure that these are sights that are visible and central ...

      The better side of Berlin

      A travel blog entry by paulausman on May 02, 2014

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      ... that the part of the city I was in yesterday was all East Berlin, explaining why the buildings looked pretty beat up. After the war, East Berlin was built up quickly and pretty poorly by the government there, so the buildings were simply for people to live in with no emphasis on style. It explains the ugly appearance and why many of them are just flat out abandoned to this day. People these days can just live in a nicer part of town if they want, compared ...

      Bicycle riding through Berlin

      A travel blog entry by benthackeray on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... of Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate. The food is served by German waitresses wearing knickerbockers. The meal (photo below) consisted of pork knuckle, sauerkraut, potatoes and peas mash is one of their speciality dishes. It looked quite horrific when it arrived at my table but the meat is very tender and tasty. Including a large beer it cost just under $20 AUD in total. Just another example of how cheap it is to live here.


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      Day 154: Christmas Presents!

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 20, 2013

      2 comments

      ... it from the depot. My eyes nearly fell out of their sockets when I saw the size of the box! It took up an entire seat on the tram home and was a bit tricky to carry up the stairs of our apartment together with our other parcel. I didn't know that I would need a suitcase to pick up our parcels! As soon as I got inside, I opened the gigantic box and found some birthday presents for me. I unwrapped them to find a beautiful purple soft warm scarf, some very nice jewellery, a ...