ibis budget Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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This hotel offers good value for money, close to the metro in a central location and parking is not expensive with only 14euro/day
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De laatste 3 dagen hebben we doorgebracht in Berlijn, een leuke stad waarin we veel hebben gezien, we hebben de foto's voor jullie opgespaard :)
Stefan & Claudia
Spent time this morning looking around the small town of Rudersdorf where Gav's grandfather was born. We found a couple of Lutheran Churches and cemeteries. However, just like the other small towns everything was closed and locked up tight. There was a limestone quarry and museum with the old kilns so we spent some time there too. Originally limestone blocks from this quarry were ...
... Many of these companies are still paying repatriation. We stopped at the site of Hitlers bunker, now a very inconspicuous car park. There is no bunker and the older Germans prefer to ignore the site. Our guide said that his generation are more inclined not acknowledge their terrible past and keep it as a reminder so it's not repeated.he older people tend to bury the heads in the sand. We also stopped at Reistag Building which is the house a ...
... well known, and nowhere better told than in the intense and acute film, "Downfall": it is a vivid and accurate account. It is extraordinary that this nondescript car park was once the centre of the world, and that beneath our feet, the days of Hitler came to a violent and wretched end. This is a tragedy of Shakespearean proportions, a story so incredible you could scarce make it up.
We have come from his birth place in that humble house in Branau, to the birth place of ...
... by the date. The rude stuff had been removed at the request of the Russian government.They didn't have anything to write with so they burnt furniture and what they could find of the building and the graffiti is done in the charcoal. We then headed for the roof - which is amazing. We walked up the dome - German kids (they looked about 6 years old) were racing down the ramp and the three of us blocked them in - which resulted in them saying "toot toot" - ...