Villa Karlshorst

Address: Ursula Goetze Strasse 25, Berlin, 10318, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Karlshorst area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Stasi Museum, Sammlung Hoffman, and The Hoffmann Collection.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

A rollercoaster of a day...

A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on May 30, 2015

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... though both our brains are currently in a state of mush from information overload, after learning what feels like the entire history of Berlin and Germany in the space of 5-6 hours! One of my favourite sites of the day was the "Memorial to the Victims of War and Tyranny". This is essentially a massive room, with bare walls and simple stones paving the floor, with a marble platform in the centre, holding a statue of a mourning mother sat cradling her dying ...

Cute kids, early sunsets, and cool street art

A travel blog entry by traipsingbeauty on Jan 13, 2015

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... d been hoping. Luckily, I had ordered schnitzel, and that turned out to be salty and hot and kind of like the fish sticks of my childhood.

We left the cafe to discover it was raining, so decided to check out the large building across the street with the word "kulture" in its title. It turned out to be a free history museum, so we stayed until it closed at 6pm and learned still more about the Berlin Wall, then continued to wander the streets of East Berlin in ...

No Need to Read Between the Lines

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 18, 2014

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... like to think that we would help those in need, but realistically we cannot know because we have not experienced anything remotely similar.

Yet this is precisely why remembering the Holocaust is such an essential part of the human experience. When you study the Holocaust, and study events like the Wannsee Confernce, you can see how failure to act can have such detrimental effects on the world. We can see how being a bystander ...

Ich bin ein Berliner

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 16, 2014

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... a penny.

We stopped for coffee at an outdoor cafe and a spot of people watching. It was very hot, about 22 deg, so people were lying on the grass and sitting on benches, really appreciating the sun.

More trains and buses, till we came to the Oberaum Bridge on the River Spree. Here there is a long intact section of the Berlin Wall. It is now called the East Side Gallery, as it is ...

Ich bin Ein Berliner!

A travel blog entry by kmscrc on Mar 25, 2014

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... down. (All because a guy didn't read his notes before a press conference...crazy!) I've now been bit by the bug and need to read more about this.
After the wall, we visited the Sachenhausen Concentration Camp. I visited the Dachau camp in 2009 and never really thought I'd see two camps in my life. They are an important thing to see and the Germans certainly don't hide this part of their history. If anything, they ensure that it is preserved so ...