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Motzstrasse 28, Berlin, 10777, Germany | 2 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Potsdam to Berlin

A travel blog entry by allanandjulie on May 20, 2014

... Soviet army already occupied much of Eastern Europe. A strong Germany might be the only obstacle in the way of Soviet domination of all of Europe. In the end, the Big Three agreed to divide Germany into three zones of occupation (one for each nation), and to defer discussions of German reunification until a later date. The other notable issue at Potsdam ...

Day 199-200: ice hockey on a frozen lake!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 05, 2014

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... t sure it was completely frozen. So we skated around the outside, about 2 metres from the shore. It was such a beautiful day. The temperature was about 5 degrees and the sun was shining. We were all rugged up but as we skated, we shed more layers until we were just wearing our jeans, tshirt and jumper each, with a beanie too of course. We had races and tried to play a bit of hockey..not that I had ever played hockey before, but it was really fun. Once again we both felt like ...

Ich Bin Ein...

A travel blog entry by shomscenes on Jul 11, 2013

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... flea market was partly winding down but we still got to look at a lot of antique stuff, clothes, jewelry, junk that I bought (sunglasses, wristband) and junk Amy bought (earrings, handbags). The marketplace was full of energy and included several street artists and performers. What made Mauer Park a top Berlin spot for me, though, was not the market but rather the open amphitheater that was packed with people participating in an open-for-all karaoke. The energy ...

Abandoned ice factory and Eastside Gallery

A travel blog entry by matt_l on Oct 15, 2012

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... and strange to think that this was one of many abandoned building in Berlin that we didn’t make it to.

We then walked from one end of the Eastside Gallery to the other. Amazing graffiti, but it was a shame that a lot of had little additions to it that was done by other people in recent years like little notes with sharpies or spray paint, but still awesome nonetheless.

We hadn’t eaten yet, so got a slice of ...

Hopping through Berlin

A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 19, 2012

... German idol David Hasselhoff anywhere on the street. Maybe he has his own boulevard somewhere else in Deutschland…

While in the Platz, we found a noodle stand underground and waited out the pounding rain that seemingly never ended. At this point in the trip, we’ve only had 2 days without rain – not exactly ideal for the gear in our bag. Regardless of our attire, we caught a break in the weather and hopped back on the bus to continue our hunt for knowledge.