A&O Apartmenthaus

Petersburger Strasse 77, Berlin, 10249, Germany | Inn
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A travel blog entry by rampantredhead


Berlin is a nice city..havent been finding anything too great but also not bad about it. Went to this really cool musuem yesterday that was housing an alter that has been reassembled dating back to 170 bc. That was awesome definitely. Besides that..berliners are nice enough...still pilsners though...same beer that was also in prague nooooo good. …

Bubu's Berlin

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures

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... influence in the café culture and the food markets were thriving and sophisticated. The Turkish markets gave us a precursor to our time there the following week, and we ended the day with a drink at the Clarchens Ballhaus. This 100 year old classic dance hall has survived two wars, and apparently miraculously continued to be used throughout them. While most of Berlin was flattened to rubble, this enchanting place survived to become an icon of freedom. We returned ...

Day 30-34 - History lessons and Berlin Underbelly

A travel blog entry by abs08


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Upon arriving into Berlin on Day 31 and acquiring a map, I realised very quickly that ZOB (Central bus station) was a long way from the city centre and the hostel – just the news I wanted to hear after a tiring journey where I Polish driver fell asleep about 10 times and put us in the ditch or in the adjoining lane only to swerve at the last second! It was an eventful trip and due to these flirts with danger, there was not much sleep to write home ...

Berlin Weekend

A travel blog entry by robchurch


... an uprising. The same logic formed the reasoning behind splitting the rest of the country. The Soviet Union took both Eastern halves, while France (?), the US, and Great Britain all had thirds of the Western halves. Several years after the splitting of Berlin, the controlling government of East Germany realized that something had to be done to prevent the fleeing of its entire population from its communist society. In response to this problem, they decided the ...


A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


... Platz a retro shopping area that was once famous dead land dividing east and west Berlin by the wall, next we visited the Former site of Hitler's Bunker, really it's just a sign in front of an apartment complex, apparently the locals for obvious reasons did not want to glorify the area so collapsed the roof filled in the rest and built over it. Still has a creepy feeling about it if you ask me. Holocaust ...


This inn, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near East Side Gallery, Friedrichshain, Sunday Market at Boxhagener Platz, and Glienicke bridge.
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