Buchholzer Str. 5, Berlin, 10437, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Berlin, is near Berlin Underground Association, New Synagogue Berlin (Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum), and Zucker Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Winding Down Berlin with Familiar Faces

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... it was different from anything we had seen on tours we took here because this didn't pertain to a dark history like World War II or the Cold War. And I'm pretty sure this tour covered things that were unique to Berlin altogether. There is such a "street art" culture here and the guide walked us through a neighbourhood or two pointing out works of art telling us about the "alternative/hipster/bohemian" lifestyle of Kreuzberg (neighbourhood in Berlin). Our ...

    Day 70: Chilling on the East Side

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 26, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... is the famous crossing point between east and west Berlin during the cold war. There were two men dressed up in military uniform holding American flags and posing for pictures. I found them to be rather disrespectful with the way they handled the flag and the fact that they were rolling cigarettes while posing for pictures. We did not pay the 5 Euros for the picture. Thanks.

    Ugh! We had to pass through more Christmas markets to get to any other attractions ...

    Berlin: Day 2

    A travel blog entry by jessicatrainor7 on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... was some sort of music festival so we stopped to check it out. We watched a German boy band perform for screaming girls as they danced and sang in their interesting short shorts and uniform sweaters. We still can't figure out who they were.
    After that we made our way to the Holocaust Memorial which is a little hard to explain, but it is a very powerful piece of art. Here is a link to some information on the memorial: ...

    Rich in history and rich in flavour

    A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Sep 13, 2013

    ... and pulled on my hoodie to shield myself from the drizzle. I found a lot of small street art pieces along the way but was happy to be indoors in my warm dorm room!

    Later that night I met up with Shikha to go on the pub crawl with her again. This time there were only about 40 people and after we left the same first pub I started to feel sick in the stomach. I had a horrible pain in my gut and as I had only had 2 beers I thought it must of been the fact I was trying ...

    Jewish Museum

    A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Aug 18, 2013

    1 photo

    ... than the exhibits. It has these odd "voids"-- big empty 'rooms'-- and nothing is rectilinear or flat. The old part and the permanent exhibitions are huge, and for me, hit or miss. I got to see more works by Bedrich Fritta and I liked some of the other exhibits, but after several hours in any museum I end up hungry and tired. I spent the next few hours walking around and eating in a largely Tukish neighborhood, before returning for a quiet night ...