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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAll In Hostel Berlin
Nice place, clean.
Alcohol restrictions that are only there for them to make more profit (they sell it, you can´t bring it).
Good value for the money
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TripAdvisor Reviews All In Hostel Berlin
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... gefühlt. In order to stop people vandalising the memorial they have guards in disguise watching, so if you so much as stand on the slabs a scary German will shout at you! They also have a special chemical sprayed on the slabs which prevents graffiti from showing on the slabs. Now remember in my previous blog I wrote about the company that manufactured and sold Zyklon B to the Nazis? Well it turns out (major facepalm moment) after the memorial was built in 2005 it ...
... and sobering exhibition but was much easier to handle than the actual camp. We again met up with Luke and the three of us ventured to a restaurant called Schnitzelei, which had been recommended to us. It did not disappoint! We each got free wine and free shots. They even had veggie options. I had oyster mushrooms done schnitzel-style. Yum! So concluded our final day and, after packing and chatting to our new roommates (Aussies again!), we went to ...
... SALE time!
We had a giggle when we both fell in love with a cushion and found that it was reduced to 227Euros (yes we were actually touching it!) and that the price included the cushion insert. What a relief! We decided that the insert would not fit in our luggage so decided to leave it behind.
However, we did buy some bread rolls for lunch and a handful of chocolates and quite proudly walked down the ...
After an amazing four hours sleep we were up and racing. Well we were up at least. We walked the dead silent streets of Montmartre at 4:30am to gare du Nord. From there we caught a train to Charles De Gaulle Airport Terminal 2 where, after reassuring Jamie a number of times and leaving him at his gate, we left for terminal 1. While waiting for our flight Peta consumed what she described as the best macca's chips ever as they were fresh, came with mayo ...
... station, he was trying to sell them. We were booked on the green, but wanted the red... again, must tell Nikki our travel agent. After a couple of phone calls he got us swapped.
This country also has double decker buses as well as trains. We had headphones for the English commentary. We saw the Palaces, Embassys, Parliament, Shopping Centre, Berlin Wall, Check Point Charlie, Bradenburg Gate. We did the full circuit then went ...