Pension Am Park

Address: Sophie-Charlotten-Str. 57-58, Berlin, 14057, Germany | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Berlin day 6

    A travel blog entry by che99 on Jul 30, 2014

    ... quicker than taking the u-bahn and very easy. Would have kept going if not for sore glutes from the gym. Finished off at nollendorfplatz near our apartment and had a nice coffee and nicky's last cake on German soil which was some strawberry and sponge number - ick!
    Another dinner at home and more BB and packing for our train trip to amsterdam in the morning. How exciting - another train ...

    Ode to Freedom

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 17, 2014

    51 photos

    ... the right to voice our opinions" 9 Sept 1989 44 years of imprisonment More than 300 000 people flock into West Berlin just to be able to shop. 500 yards to freedom Germany lost in the end, The people had fled, And the university produced: listen to this - 27 Nobel peace prize including Einstein And other great, great people, some never recognized. Not just 1 which would have been significant, but 27!! We will Remember: An ...

    Berlin Day Six - Olympiastadion

    A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... for these games which I never knew. They wanted it this way as it added to the drama and grandeur of their "show off" games. If you have a look at the front of the stadium you can also see how it was built to make an immediate and imposing impression. Hitler encountered another issue with the Olympics as it was something that was very dear to him and his beliefs - hitler wanted to exclude certain groups of people from competing. Hitler did not want any Jews or black people ...

    Museuming in the rain

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Nov 20, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... was how quickly they were told not to. We then decided to walk to the Berliner Dom and Bode Museum, and got a little stuck with the excervaions for the new U5 line. There was an information booth and we went in to ask if we needed to walk all the way around and ended up in a lesson in how to build underground train lines (and yes we did need to walk all the way around). The Berliner Dom was impressive (they really seem to have worked out how to build domes - we walked ...

    Potsdam day trip

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Nov 19, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... grounds before walking through the old and very quaint old part of Potsdam, including the lovely Dutch quarter, where lots of stalls were being set up for the imminent Christmas festivities and markets. Eventually we headed back to Berlin and our hotel. One of the interesting things we noticed on the train back to Berlin was that everyone else in the carriage was wearing blue jeans. All up, an interesting day. ...