Villa Ammonit

Hartmannstrasse 33, Berlin, 12207, Germany | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin's momentous

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... buying them from the machine, you could happily sit in the bar and have a donut and a beer or two until your number was called for the elevator ride up. Easy!

The view from the too was, of course, great. Whilst Berlin does not have many outstanding things to see from the air, there are a lot of historic buildings to spot, as well as a great overview of the city's history. The strange thing is that the queue to go down was longer than the one to go up the tower!
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Berlin Berlin!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark

2
11

... I highly recommend you to do some research on the Jewish memorial, it was definitely a highlight from that tour! That evening Betti took us to a ice cream shop downtown and let me tell you.. This just wasn't any kind of ice cream, it was gourmet! You sat down at the table, and ordered off a menu and the presentation was just amazing! I got a vanilla ice cream, with fresh berries and shavings of white chocolate! My mouth is watering just talking about it! After that ...

Practically the first day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by minjeejou

7

... 52376;음이라 자리배치 등등 익숙치 않게 기차를 탓는데, 같은 의자칸에 같이 탄 Sabrina라는 이쁜이름의 ; 독일대학생 ; 아이가 너무 ...

Dat Contiki! - Day 4 Berlin!

A travel blog entry by monie2310

... sat next to Steph to tonight, she's so lovely! After tea we made our way to our next walking tour, this was so interesting! We went to an area called "no mans land" when they built the Berlin wall they had 2 walls, and in the middle was where they called it no mans land. This area was guarded pretty well and anyone who jumped the wall to get to the other side was instantly shot and killed in no mans land. They still have the original guards tower in no mans land ...

WW2 to Lego Land

A travel blog entry by kevindoody

10

... dangled a baby from. It was a three hour tour, but we learned and saw so much. After the tour, a few of us headed to Checkpoint Charlie, and read a bit about the Berlin Wall. We then headed to McDonalds (Macas) for some lunch. I had a Souvlaki Greek burger. It was sooo good. From here we paid our respects at the Holocaust memorial. It's a huge square ground with slabs of rectangle cement laid out at different sizes. ...

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