ibis budget Berlin Hennigsdorf

Veltener Str. 20, Hennigsdorf, Brandenburg, 16761, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Veltener Str. 20, Hennigsdorf, is near Alt Tegel.
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    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Apr 19, 2013

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    ... wall was laid out. First of all there was a huge concrete wall built on the border between East and West Berlin. This wall was about ten to eleven feet tall, and had huge concrete 'feet' which stopped trucks from ramming it and knocking it over. Then there was an illuminated patrol strip, made of sand so that the footprints of people fleeing could be seen easily which made it so much easier for the guards to work out where the people were so they could shoot them! ...


    A travel blog entry by matt_l on Sep 30, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... enjoys what he does. This great start to the night was followed by an incredibly hyperactive rendition of 15 Step. It was at this point that Yorke first engaged with the crowd, "**** me it's cold. Grab hold of something, like a human being." And then Kid A, which was incredibly well received by the crowd. The crowd didn't appear to be overly energetic at this stage of the night. They more so appeared to be overly content and in awe of what they were seeing and ...

    Day Five - Bier and Wodka don't mix

    A travel blog entry by nicolelaity on Jun 10, 2012

    7 photos

    ... and a Funghi pizza. It was super! Met a teacher from Bavaria who was traveling and we watched the games together. She was very nice and told me all about the wall and things to look for to know what side of the wall I'm on. I can't imagine living in a city like that. Tomorrow I'm going to Tiergarten, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate but I will be back to Hackescher Markt in time for France vs ...

    Three days in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by d_j_browning on Dec 28, 2011

    36 photos

    ... weather won't turn too nasty on the way across
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    Arrived in Berlin about 2pm. Initial impressions aren't too flattering. But
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    Weekend Six: Berlin

    A travel blog entry by erikailc on Oct 17, 2011

    5 photos

    ... that lost their lives during World War II. You weaved in and out of big stone blocks. I loved how one minute you were above the blocks and then another you were looking up at them. Julia said the point was to get lost. For sure one of my favorite things there. After this we walked to the Washing Machine to visit Angela Merkel and Dem Deutscher Volke, which was a very pretty building! For lunch we went to this huge mall and got to window shop. ...