Hotel-Pension Arche

Kantstrasse 104/A, Berlin, 10627, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Deutsche Oper, Heidi's Spielzeugladen, Aqui Espana, and Berliner Musikantiquariat.
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    Berlin

    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... fee and as soon as the doors opened we were overwhelmed by the heat as it was quite cool outside! We pushed our way through the crowds to the bar and got some drinks (cosmopolitan/bourbon and coke) and found a spot to drink them. There was currently a DJ playing which surprised us, and he wasn't really the best. He looked like quite a character actually, long grey hair in a ponytail and big round old glasses. His dancing was rather amusing too, as were his song choices, ...

    Berlin on 70th anniversary of D-Day

    A travel blog entry by jgraydon on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... Wall, Humboldt University, and Berlin Cathedral among other things. The Catholic cathedral dome had been bombed during the war so the architect redesigned the old structure leaving the huge crater that went down to the crypt area, exposed in front of the altar. It was the start of a long weekend so our ride back to ship was nearly 4 hours so it was nice to be in our ...

    Breaking down the wall

    A travel blog entry by tipsygypsy on Oct 07, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... by other "artists" and vandalized by, I would guess, both tourists and locals. It took a lot of me not to lecture and grab the pen out of a ten-year old boy's hand signing his name with the others on the wall. While he may not have been able to understand or appreciate it, I was in disbelief that countless other people couldn't comprehend the purpose and significance of the gallery. As I walked, I imagined how disrespected ...

    The Wall

    A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... a blockade of its Western sectors. The Allies responded with the Berlin airlift, which thwarted the Soviet plans. On 12 May 1949 the blockade was lifted. The same year saw the birth of The Federal Republic of Germany, with its capital in Bonn, & the German Democratic Republic, with the capital in East Berlin. Although communism seems great on paper ...

    Deutschland ist gut, ja

    A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Aug 04, 2013

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    ... We walked down Unter den Linden, one of Berlin's most famous boulevards, toward Brandenburg Gate. The gate is an icon of Berlin, having been the location of Nazi rallies during World War II. Our next stop on the tour was a particularly moving one, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The Jewish holocaust memorial is comprised of 2,711 rectangular slabs of different heights. While the memorial may be aesthetically unusual, it is said that it was designed ...