Alcatraz Backpacker Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlcatraz Backpacker Hostel Berlin
Comfortable bed, clean bathroom, extremely friendly and helpful staff. Internet only available on ground floor unfortunately. Lovely outdoor courtyard. Recommended.
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Yesterday at 1 pm I started to get really nervous. This is really happening! Soon Alina arrives with her butterfly bus. When I saw her walking towards me I had to pinch myself mentally to realize that it was really happening. We spent the first hour not finding the right train and the trip was off to a perfect start. A swedish 'viking' with no sense of direction whatsoever!
This night we went swimming not only once, ...
... Jamin's place but stopped on the way at a canal and grabbed a beer and some snacks so that we could chill in the sun for a while. Very pleasant way to end the day. It was quite beautiful there. Monica came down and met us and then we dropped the rental bike back and went and had some dinner at a place called Maroush. It was a small Lebanese place. The food was so cheap but amazing! I had a schawarma and I was in heaven. We walked home and stopped for an ice cream on the way. It was ...
... I have been told that I must come back here then to see how nice it is.
It took us an hour by car to drive to the Kurfürstendamm Straße which is Berlins main shopping street. We went into a huge shopping centre called KA DE WE ( Kaufhaus des Westens) that is 7 stories high, one with woman clothes, one with mens clothes, one with stationery etc and one with household items and lots more. It has 2 escalators going up and ...
... victory in the Danish Prussian War. It stands in the middle of a roundabout.. and is pretty impressive. For a small fee (think it was 3Euros?) we were able to climb our way to the top of the tower for a rather hazy view over Berlin!
AND.. luckily enough, on our way back to the train station, we popped into the Bauhaus Museum.. and it was open!! So we spent an hour or so looking round there. It's quite a small museum, but if you're a fan of ...