Address: Wullenweberstr. 11, Berlin, 10555, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Zoologischer Garten (Berlin Zoo), Helmut Newton Foundation, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, and AEG Turbine Hall (Turbinenhalle).
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A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on Aug 02, 2015

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... joining the rugby championship and super rugby! The apartment was lovely in a great area close to tram and train, and lots of cute restaurants and parks.

Our first day there we had the cloest thing to a day off that we have had on our trip! It was great to relax and nap and do a bit of planning for the rest of our time in Berlin and the next couple of months. We have both somehow ended up with colds this week ! But weve got a bit more time to spend in places now ...


A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

21 photos

... with empty bookshelves, symbolising all the literature that was lost. There was also a church in this square that had been designed and ordered by a previous King of Germany. He built it for Catholics, when Germany was Protestant at the time, which was quite revolutionary for a King to do. Next stop was a square where there were two almost identical churches built. At one point in time there was a reasonably large French population invited to live in Berlin for their ...

The Aftermath Makes a Difference

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Why should this difference matter?

Because when a nation faces a collective tragedy, it must experience a collective recuperation. Other German cities had the ability to share and experience a common healing process, allowing them to identify the most suitable way to commemorate that era of their shared history. This is why each of these cities that I have visited so far has had their own unique way of memorializing the Holocaust. ...

Dresden, Berlin and Peters Birthday

A travel blog entry by jdobson on Jul 01, 2014

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... a city that had 15 square kilometres of its heart totally destroyed in WW11. Much of the city was rebuilt to look old and to retain some of its history. We stopped for lunch at Theatreplatz before changing buses and continuing the tour and returning bCk to our starting point. Then to find an icecream shop and back to the car. Dresden is definitely a city i would like to come back to and have some time to ...


A travel blog entry by ctolle on Jan 31, 2014

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... kids were doing things by themselves and taking trains with their friends. It was really just incredible to see.

My first night in Germany was a bit of a shock though. A German family of four came over for dinner and they didn't really speak a lot of English and I essentially know zero German, so my friend translated. It was weird being in a place where you don't know the language at all. However, the family was ...