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 on bike!

A travel blog entry by louise_vr1 on Sep 03, 2014

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... around is known for its Street art. This I have to explore...
Crossing the Oberbaum Brücke I am right in the middle of East Side Gallery. This is the longest remains of the Berlin wall, 1.3 km. Pure artwork, focus on global euphoria, political statements and artistic visions.
With the daily impressions I find a spot along the river Spree. Again, I let the inspiration roll in...
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Ode to Freedom

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 17, 2014

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... 50 million lives taken in WW2. 50 Million people! How many people are 50 million?! What's to be done with the Germans after the war! Divide Germany into occupied zones Berlin also divided into sectors In 1960, 10 000 citizens immigrated every month Keep them here, no more can go! Walls since the beginning of time Wall of Jericho, walls of ancient cities Ancient civilizations Do good walls make good neighbours? Borders, barriers ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by capanobl on Apr 18, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

What a wonderful day. Train ride from Prague to Berlin with beautiful country side and a bus tour and walking through Berlin and good German food. Trying this email again attached too many pictures the first time and now I'm going to do multiple ...

Day 9 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 30, 2013

3 comments, 30 photos

... Museum (Old Museum) was the first dedicated museum building in Berlin. The building and statues In the 17th century, princess Louise, daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm - also known as The Great Elector - built a beautiful pleasure garden on the tip of an island on the River Spree. Many years later, when one of his descendants ruled over Prussia, the need arose for a museum to house many of Germany's treasures, which had recently been recovered from France. Thus, in the 1820s, Berlin's ...

"Don't trust anyone."

A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Jul 23, 2013

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... the S-Bahn to Tiergarten (Berlin's largest park), we settled down in the shade. As we were finishing, however, we were unfortunately approached by women pretending to work for the 'deaf and blind' charity and wanting us to hand over money. Remembering my Dad's wise words; "Don't trust anyone," I fled the scene through the trees, but Ethan, Brian and Alex, being the polite souls they are, engaged in conversation with these con artists. ...