Villa-Seepark

Address: Stechlinstrasse 11, Berlin, 10318, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Lichtenberg area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Stasi Museum, The Hoffmann Collection, and Sammlung Hoffman.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Bikes and beers and beers and bikes

A travel blog entry by saralovestravel on Sep 17, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... skidding to a stop, biking down stairs and just being boys! It was going to be a great ride! First stop was a Biergarten where all the tables were situated around a lagoon. The atmosphere was pretty cool and one of my favorite spots on this trip so far! Next was around to see some sites! Stopped at Victory tower which still had bullet holes in it from the war. It was centered around a really busy street and we had to dodge traffic to get over to it. At ...

Humpty Dumpty sat on the Berlin wall

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 11, 2014

9 photos

... All of those things hurt, but the biggest annoyance was how she treated my disappointment as a joke. Whatever, I chucked myself in a room with Wasp, Jack and Paul, put my headphones on and tried to escape into another world with a succession of songs to either calm me down, to vent to, or just to say what I can't put eloquently enough.

In turn she got ****** at me, just at the time that I was getting over it and starting to try cosy up to her again to show it ...

Quite a bit of history

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jun 28, 2014

13 photos

... where the Berlin wall once stood along with a small memorial to those who were killed at the Berlin wall. The Brandenburg Gate was built in 1789 to celebrate the victories of the Prussians. It was one of the crossing points of the Berlin wall and is a huge historical site.


We then walked on to see the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. Our guide says that this memorial is somewhat controversial as some feel it ...

Day 135... A whole heap of treasure..

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 01, 2013

... of the treasure. In the next box we found DDR magazines from the 50s and a lot of other DDR memorabilia. Paul and I found this so interesting, because none of these things will ever be made again. I find these times so fascinating because East Germany and the rest of the soviet block made everything themselves. They had a huge industrial focus and not much was imported from the outside western world. Our favourite find from this box was this little man with ...

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 29, 2013

7 comments, 20 photos

... move freely between the Western and Eastern parts of Berlin. But many East Berliner were attracted by the more prosperous West, and by 1961 up to 20,000 East Germans a month flocked to West Berlin. On August 12, 1961 the East German authorities decided to close the border around the Western sectors of Berlin in order to prevent people from fleeing. Officially, it was an antifascist protection barrier to defend the East against Western aggression. The next day, early morning August ...