Winterfeldt Berlin Apartments

Address: Pallasstrasse 10-11, Berlin, 10781, Germany | Hotel
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    Christmas Is Coming

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 01, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... together. He asked for his body to be burnt, so there was no 'trophy' left for the Soviet opposition. Him and his wife (and their dog) were all burnt just outside the bunker, and their ashes thrown into the river. We then saw part of the Berlin Wall that was still in place. Although the wall wasn't that high, there was actually 2 walls, with the 'death pit' or 'no mans land' in the middle. This space had soft sand with spikes and tripwires and alarms. Snipers employed to watch ...


    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... people can have their picture taken with fake US soldiers and also receive a “visa stamp” in their passport with a fake East Berlin stamp. We were warned however that this will actually invalidate your passport since you’re really not supposed to put just any stamps on those visa pages, so we decided to forgo part of our “adventure” and keep going.

    Our tour continued and we headed back towards ...

    The better side of Berlin

    A travel blog entry by paulausman on May 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... from them. The tour was slightly altered because it was raining pretty hard and was pretty cold, even by Canadian standards. She did most of the talking under shelters and then we would walk by what she explained quickly. We saw the holocaust memorial on the street level which is inspired by the Jewish cemetery in the a Jewish quarter in the Prague. I'm glad I did the cities in that order so I could have an appreciation for this. It was quite powerful ...

    Day 196-197: The afterglow!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 02, 2014

    ... has just landed herself a job at MIT media lab, which is impressive in itself. Her talk was for an hour and a half. Afterwards we had a wander around the centre looking at weird and wonderful sound machines, an exhibition on technology and slavery, online dating and these cameras which had strange facts inside which were updated by the minute; eg how many times transmediale was mentioned on social media today or stuff about the stock market and so on. Very ...

    Hello Berlin :-)

    A travel blog entry by erin.louise on Sep 23, 2013

    25 photos

    ... did not all vote for the same person. There is also still even now a party in Berlin that agrees with his actions and pushes for the same things he did. CRAZY! We walked through to the Roma (gypsy) memorial, very sad place, with Roma music playing eerily in the trees. We then continued on to the Brandenberg Gates, Germany's symbol - its even on the Euro coins! It survived the war but only just! Saw two parts of the Berlin wall that are the ...