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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... a beanie each and the warmest gloves ever. Woollen with insulated lining inside and long too. They go right up almost to our elbows. Paul got black and mine are white with pink and purple stripes. Our beanies almost the same, mine pink and woolen, Paul's black, white and grey. His was lined too! Thanks so much mum! We are so lucky to have such thoughtful parents. The socks that Paul's parents gave us are so warm. I am wearing the alpaca ones now and they feel as though I am ...
... and looked so yummy. Chad got a pork knuckle and it was huge! Then for dessert we each had the most amazing apple strudel! I am so happy we ended our Berlin portion with such a wonderful traditional German dinner. The server was really nice too. You could tell she was excited to give us the best German food in all of Berlin! After dinner we just headed back to the hotel to get our stuff all sorted and ready to head out super early for our train to Warsaw ...
... There is also moss on vines on the trees.
A bunch of us went to Konstanz, Germany by train. It was a beautiful small city. It is on the largest a Lake in Europe. The BODENSEE Lake is in between, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. You cannot see the other side of it. We checked into our hotel at the Wild park when we got back to Allensbach. After we dropped our stuff off at the hotel, we went to Daniel's ...
... There's so much that can be said about the accomplishments and events that took place after 1945. That night we had Thai curry for supper, before I went on my pub crawl of the city. It was really cool to see the European nightlife I only heard about. We went to 4 pubs and ended up at a dance club called "The Matrix". Around 4am I decided to call it quits, but there was no sign if the party slowing down. It was a great way to meet other travellers too, including an Australian ...