Address: Wullenweberstrasse 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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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Then & Now

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Nov 04, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... accelerated the collapse of the Soviet Union and marked the end of the Cold War; the reunification of Germany in 1990 which cemented Germany's reborn role at the centre of Europe and its pivotal role in the enlargement and strengthening of the European Union. This city more than anywhere else symbolizes Europe’s evil past and its hopeful future I first came to the divided city of Berlin in the summer of 1967 when the Cold War was at its frigid height. Sandra was here not ...

Germany, the Land of the Schnitzel

A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on Jun 02, 2014

... and excited, you have no idea what lies ahead or if the risk is worth it, but you dive into (or rather, fly over) that Atlantic Ocean anyway because you know that there is no way of avoiding the inevitable.

That feeling gets renewed again and again, everytime the next person inspires you or you travel to a foreign city.

Live like you are eternally falling madly, deeply in love;

The Girl with the Guitalele

October 19th - Berlin

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 19, 2013

7 photos

... 1961 till it came down in 1989. There was a portion of wall, plus monuments explaining as well as remnants form Guards towers and the cemetery that was made there for those who died trying to escape. We quickly realised how much we didn't know about this time in history. We walked up a to a viewing platform which showed a complete section with tower and both sides of the wall intact. It was quite a remarkable site.

As we were heading to ...

The more you learn, the less you know

A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Oct 17, 2013

37 photos

... headquarters once was, which was completely destroyed after the war. Our tour also included a bunch of Prussian palaces, libraries and Universities. On the grounds of the University was where one of the book burnings took place under Hitler’s rule. Today there is an underground memorial dedicated toward the book burning that took place here. The memorial is a white square room with empty book shelves which could hold approximately 20,000 books, ...

"Ich bin ein Berliner!" More Than Jelly Donuts

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Sep 22, 2013

13 photos

... the station and, after catching my breath, and settled in for a relaxing journey northward to the Vaterland.

The nice thing about taking the train is you don’t have to concentrate on driving and you can look out the window, gaze at the scenery, and day-dream without having to worry about causing an accident. The countryside between Prague and Berlin is gorgeous and very green at this time of year. The trip took us through historic ...