Parkview Apartments

Address: Veteranenstr 10c, Berlin, 10119, Germany | Inn
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This inn, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Hackbarth's, Alter Garnisonsfriedhof, and McPaper&Co.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Animals and A Fancy Pants Palace!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 22, 2015

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Our stay in the Easy Hotel in Hackescher Markt was wearing rather thin at the stage with Mattijs and I. We were on the fifth floor which appeared at certain times of the day had absolutely no water, at all. Even I have to admit this was a first for me, water didn't even come out of the bloody taps! It was a farce! This was the second day in a row that this had happened and we went to complain to reception who not only gave us another room to have a ...

Update from Berlin

A travel blog entry by smw316 on Mar 02, 2015

... and teachers, but we have our own building.) I am definitely the shortest person ever to play handball. Even the girls are much taller than me. Anyway, I hold my own, and although there is definitely a language barrier, the coach said that I preformed very well for a beginner.

The point of handball is simple. The game is played on a basketball size court and you try and throw the ball into a goal the size of a field hockey net. It is usually played 7 on 7 with ...

Berlin, Germany

A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 07, 2014

2 comments, 102 photos

... Makes you wonder if anyone learned anything.

There were several more big named German bands I'd never heard of including a goofy white rap trio, but they were actually pretty good. The finale was the Berlin Philharmonic with a full chorus performing Beethoven's 9th (Ode to Joy). Wow. It was amazing and there was a laser and light show with fireworks at the end. What a magical moment. We're so glad we made it to Berlin and especially for this event.


Learning about Berlin....on foot!

A travel blog entry by wanderingwyatts on Aug 02, 2014

... other for 16 hours on a street we were free to walk up and down, where World War III could have started...very heady stuff. There is one very imposing government building that Hitler had built that survived the war. It is absolutely HUGE, and John believes it had to have been spared on purpose....maybe there were spies or informants or something. At any rate, it's an imposing, architecturally unpleasant building that housed Hitler's offices where unthinkable decisions were ...


A travel blog entry by docdavid on Jun 07, 2014

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... is located on the site of the former HQ of the Gestapo and SS. It outlines the events of 1933-1945 in a surprisingly unbiased way.

Berlin Wall - a preserved section of the Berlin wall is immediately adjacent to the Topographie des Terrors. It's hard to imagine life in East Berlin during the Cold War (as if WWII wasn't bad enough) - I didn't realise there was a "kill zone" along the eastern side of the wall, where anyone attempting to climb over it would be shot. ...