Hotel Wendland

Alt-Mahlsdorf 9, Berlin, 12623, Germany | Hotel
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Berlin Day 1

A travel blog entry by liz.schmitt.12


... by me, as most of the churches here have been whitewashed on the inside and are very plain. In the church itself, you were able to go up to the top and walk around the dome in order to see the entire city- it was beautiful! On the way out of the church, you had to pass through the crypts. It was amazing to see tombs that are older than the United States!
Next up was the Reichstag (Bundestag) which is the government building. where the Parliament ...

Zee Germans!!

A travel blog entry by stazz

... closest laundry mat! I get there and they actually have wifi and a cafe so that was pretty nice. And of course they serve beer there as well. I decided to get an Arizona Iced Tea and a muffin. Apparently i say "thank you" too much because the owner told me "you always say thank you!" Well yeah...doesn't everyone say that?! lol. Headed back to the hostel to set my clothes down and organize my bag. After ...

Russia Town

A travel blog entry by budz888


... handing out literature in a Christian country. I had to ask her what will happen after she dies and she told me she'll go to heaven. And all the Chinese? Nope. Typical - when they're Jews they're the chosen people - when they become Christians they're still the chosen people!

Perhaps Christians could do something similar in Israel? No, I know what you're thinking - not Christians against the New Testament... how about Christians saving ...

Berlin - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... lakes, canals, and trees of which the Germans are very proud. There are 400,036 trees in the city. In fact, every tree is numbered and one cannot move or cut down a tree without consulting the proper authorities. Conversely, their roundabouts and other roadside green areas are mostly weeds! Most Berliners do not own cars and depend on the public transport system - busses, trains, street cars, taxis, as well as bicycles and walking. They simply rent a car if ...

Time Is A Weird Feeling

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... example of their medieval history. I looked around then went up the top to see the view, it was really beautiful. Then we all found a nice little Lithuanian restaurant on the main street for dinner. On the way home I chatted to Amy, a teacher from near the border of Adelaide and Victoria. Lovely girl. She was telling me all about her family farm and how she loves helping out at the farm, it was really cool to listen to. She's been teaching in London and will go back to Australia ...


This hotel, located in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf area of Berlin, is near Hohenschoenhausen Prison, Memorial Centre for the Victims of the Ministry of State Security, Stasi Museum, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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