Address: Stechlinstrasse 11, Berlin, 10318, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lichtenberg area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Stasi Museum, Sammlung Hoffman, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Two Year Anniversary

A travel blog entry by elliepillar on Jun 17, 2015

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... and when we got on the actual tour it was worth the wait. Our guide was really helpful, the tour was a great pace, and there was loads to see and learn about, with a perfect flavour of everything before deciding what we wanted to go back to later on. We had good weather for it too as it wasn't too hot but wasn't raining, so really comfortable walking weather! The tour took us round all the key sights in Berlin centre, apart from stopping a little way away from the ...

The Search for West Germany

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 04, 2014

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... smuggled his family and zip lined across from the roof to West Germany. The guards through it was spies because it looked so cool but got fired the next day. We then followed the wall down to checkpoint Charlie, where our tour ended.

Mark and I then made our way into the Typographie Des Terrors, where the headquarters for most of the Nazi Departments were located including Hitlers personal police and the Secret Police. After a few hours looking around ...

Day 147 Warsaw to Berlin - contiki day 13

A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Aug 29, 2014

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... now left just under half the bus going back to Berlin. Once all
farewells had been said then it was off to Berlin, with the day song playing.

We had the final daily intro and then i read my book. Our first stop was a few hours into the trip, i went to the supermarket, picked up a few things, got some lunch and wandered around. Back on the coach we continued onto Berlin, i listened to ...

Divided No More

A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 05, 2014

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... authoritarian state with its stifling bureaucracy, its inept and dictatorial politics, and its intrusions into every aspect of people's lives, including of course The Wall, the vast network of informants, and the nastier than nasty Stasi.

The exhibits are charming, quirky and interactive, with the most deliciously sardonic commentary I've ever read in a museum. (Sample caption on the East German economy: "Everything is available, but not ...

Potsdam to Berlin

A travel blog entry by allanandjulie on May 20, 2014

... World War II came to an end.The meeting at Potsdam was the third conference between the leaders of the Big Three nations. The Soviet Union was represented by Joseph Stalin, Britain by Winston Churchill, and the United States by President Harry S. Truman. This was Truman's first Big Three meeting. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died in April ...