Amadeus Hostel Berlin

Address: Brunnenstrasse 70-71, Berlin, 13355 , Germany | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Berlin Underground Association, KulturBrauerei, Brecht Weigel Museum, and McPaper&Co.
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      Travel Blogs from Berlin

      Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... the prevailing sense among westerners at the time as to how forbidding the Communist Russians had made East Berlin, East Germany and the Iron Curtain countries.

      They built the Berlin Wall, cutting off all contact between East and West Germans and East and West Berliners, and machine gun wielding guards shot anyone who tried to penetrate the wall. Some of my most vivid news memories of the time, it went up in 1961 when I was 16, were of numerous ...

      Catchup

      A travel blog entry by jessanderson on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... ready since we had the luxury and still are not feeling well we headed into the city on the metro to hunt down some breakfast/lunch. We stumbled across a weird looking place that just had a couple of elevators and as soon as the promo girl told us the restaurant was on the roof we were sold. From the 6th floor we got the most beautiful view of Prague and had an incredible meal with some equally ...

      Winding Down Berlin with Familiar Faces

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 22, 2014

      27 photos

      ... part of the tour was when he took us to a squat. A squat is a name for an abandoned area where people take the space and often set up their own homes. Some of the homes are sheltered and some people simply set up tents. Others actually build a house. As it turns out, our guide lives in this squat. It's not because he is homeless or couldn't afford rent elsewhere - he just liked the area, the people, and would rather save his money for travel than pay ...

      Conference Day Four

      A travel blog entry by budz888 on Jun 18, 2014

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      ... before. Trouble is we knew too many languages so we had to bar an answer from the same language family, then we barred toki pona and finally we barred Volapük as there are only about twenty speakers in the world so our Sottish bloke could have been making it up. I thought I'd be ok at the main station waiting for the early train but surprisingly all the shops were closed and it was freezing. I had to huddle in doorways to keep ...

      Berlin

      A travel blog entry by pr0zak on May 04, 2014

      1 comment, 58 photos

      ... for a couple of day's time instead.

      After queuing, we walked to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, which is 2711 big stone stelae over an area of 19000 metres square. The stelae are in a grid and are all different heights and the ground slopes up and down, the design is apparently supposed to represent "a supposedly ordered system that has lost touch with human reason" (from Wikipedia). There is also an underground section to the memorial, which was ...