Artist Hotel-Pension Die Loge

Friedrichstrasse 115, Berlin, 10117, Germany | Hostel

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A travel blog entry by sophevans


... the boys convinced me to go on the pub crawl with them. We were joined by Harry and his friend Dale, and I was severely outnumbered. Over 4 hours we crawled through 4 bars, where we got tequila shots for €1.7, beers for €1.5. Very silly. We ended at a 'club' where the music was all old pop hits and the pub crawl people were the only ones on the dance floor. The boys and I left at around 1, and ended up roaming the streets looking for somewhere else to go. Rob got ...

Berlin - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... it's easy to identify the simplistic, more affordable Soviet Impact on the eastern side vs. the more exuberant and elaborate influence in the west. One part of the remaining wall along the River Spree's east side is named The East Side Gallery and it painted by various local artists. The area itself is know for a younger, artsy crowd. We finished the day having dinner at a Bavarian Restaurant and wonder how the German's stay fit (for the most part) with all the heavy food they ...

Time Is A Weird Feeling

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... a particularly notorious prison during the Nazi occupation and because there was an enormous population of Jews in Warsaw, it was quite epically disastrous for the lives of many poor souls. With the sun still beautifully in the sky and not a cloud in sight, we decided it was time for a beer or two. We found this super cute bar with outdoor rocking chair seats. I got tried the beer with a shot of raspberry, which was quite nice. Drew also tried beer with a shot of ginger, which ...

Prague to Berlin, via Dresden

A travel blog entry by trishreinten


... to do with Muslims.

There was a lot of construction being done in the centre of Berlin. It showed the wealth of the city and the fact they must not have been affected by the financial crisis that is still affecting parts of the EU.

Apparently you have the opportunity to get your passport stamped at Checkpoint Charlie but we were advised against it because it is highly illegal.

After the tour we checked into the hostel. ...

Breakdancing to Bach

A travel blog entry by rachnits


... spent something like 30 years behind the Wall, so there is a lot of new buildings, and a lot of grey cement. It’s also the only city of its size that has experienced continuous decline in its population – from the impact of the Holocaust, the end of the war and the Cold War – the city has lost millions. Add to this the fact that the heart of the nation’s financial institutions didn’t move back when Berlin became the ...


This hostel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Tacheles, Oranienburgerstrasse, Berliner Ensemble, and McPaper&Co.
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