Soylent Lodge

Address: Frankfurter Tor 6, Berlin, 10243, Germany | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near East Side Gallery, The Badeschiff, Friedrichshain, and Glienicke bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

The dark shadow over Berlin

A travel blog entry by terrence.europe on Jul 31, 2015

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... had 1litre beer mugs which was crazy. We went to a place called Hofbrau which was massive. Just benches and benches of people with a small dance floor and live German band. It was amazing to see the whole bar get up when the crowds favourite song came on and do some traditional German dances! Saturday August 1 Today is a super lazy day. Maybe I will go out tonight. Not gonna lie I miss lazy days at home. Netflix withdrawal is beginning haha. Have a good day ...

A Sobering and Rewarding Day

A travel blog entry by ramsaysjr on May 21, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... proceeds go to things like Amnesty International and a Sachsenhausen memorial fund.

I thought the concentration camp was interesting, but I didn't really like it, if you know what I mean. Our guide made it interesting because he was really good at explaining how everything happened. I thought 'Station Z' was the worst thing there, but it was the most educational. We learned about some of the ways the Nazis killed people, which was ...

Lone kiwi soldiers in Berlin

A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jul 29, 2014

7 photos

... stop, Check Point Charlie, which was the last check point to get from the West of Germany to the East. The check point is now represented with a huge picture of an American solider to signify the American sector, and a German solider on the other side to show the German sector. The soldiers faces are each on a huge post in the middle of the road which looks out into the distance. The soldiers expressions give you a real chill and sense that you ...

Day 3 - Berlin bike tour

A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... son with Down Syndrome and how she had to constantly hide him so the medical experiment Nazis couldn't find him. It took my breath away, tears to my eyes, just stopped me in my tracks because I thought of our Stacey and how she would have been thought of as "inferior". The disregard of life was a heart stopper. Then we went to Brandenburg Gate, and oh my is it gorgeous! We were gone from about 8:30 a.m until 10:00 p.m. A very full day! Things I have notice about ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 08, 2014

23 photos

... new level. It was VERY hard for me to understand how a person could be controlled by a government. Everything in their lives was monitored by someone. Everything produced by companies was considered bad by outsiders. They shot, imprisoned, and ransomed prisoners and innocent civilians. I came out thinking the whole museum was just WEIRD. A good weird though because it put the Communist era into perspective and showed me the truth. Another weird, yet awesome quirk about ...

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