Alitania Apartments-Potsdamer Platz

Address: Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 3, Berlin, 10785, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Panorama-Punkt, Filmhaus Berlin, Kulturforum, and Spielbank Berlin.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin!

A travel blog entry by nmholt on Oct 02, 2014

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We have spent 2 full days now in Berlin.... Our hostel is in East Berlin in Lichtenburg...not the safest place to be, but the hostel is 2 min from the train so we run and jump on the train and off we go for the day.... No it's not that bad.. we always come home before dark and there are kids riding their bikes and moms pushing strollers so thats a good sign.

On our first day we saw a stretch of the Berlin wall that was not knocked down. Very eerie because the wall only ...

Reunited with my German

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

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... graffiti paint for the blocks in fact were the suppliers for the gas that was used in the concentration camps. That is too close to home…….

A small walk from the memorial was another interesting site. A pretty ordinary car park was occupied by many people and tour guides. We read an information sign that informed us this car park is built on top of the bunker that Hitler himself resided in and the exact bunker he committed suicide in April ...

Berlin Day 1

A travel blog entry by liz.schmitt.12 on May 09, 2014

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... are. The building was very neat and was quite old. The inside of the building was a mixture of architecture from the many times it was rebuilt over the years. The first time it was built, the Plannery Changer (where the parliament sits) was built completely out of wood. In the early thirties, the building was burnt down, possibly by communists in support of Hitler. The Nazis used this to show that the current government was falling. The Reichstag ...

Where have all the livestock gone, gone faraway

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 20, 2013

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... is the same street that Checkpoint Charlie is on. We then are going to depend on a train to get us into Prague. We have previously purchased IC Zug (InterCity Train) tickets at the Bahnhof and the tickets we purchased are 1st Class tickets for the 4 and a half hour trip into the Czech Republic.
We started the morning off getting up a little earlier than normal, cleaned up and took to the streets to find breakfast, after posting some postcards. ...

Happy birthday to me

A travel blog entry by blink0 on Oct 13, 2013

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... bugs. But I guess that back then, when I looked at the year before that, it must have felt like an upgrade and must have helped to enjoy the day. It's the so called vicissitudes of fortune (I think, I just wanted to use a fancy word). On the other hand, some people do have a valid reason to celebrate this day, like the Spanish or the Brazilians: the former because they love me, the later because they idolize me. OK, alright, I'll admit it: that's not the reason... On ...