Aurora Hostel

Address: Pappelallee 21, Berlin, 10437, Germany | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Omonia Square area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Berlin Underground Association, Prenzlauer Berg, and KulturBrauerei.
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      From Prague to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by marieq on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... off at Wittenbergplatz, big shopping area around here and also the oldest department store called Ka Da We which is very impressive. From there we hopped back on the bus and visited Check Point Charlie, info about the Berlin Wall and a pictorial museum about the rise of the Nazi movement. Drinks and dinner time by then. Friday 06 June we revisited the bus as we had a 2 day pass. We strolled through ...

      3000! Thankyou!

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 29, 2013

      Dreadlocks. I guess they are a story in themselves.

      Well at least mine are.

      I don't have many, but the ones I do have are very much a reminder of this trip.

      I got them in France, and now in Germany I decided to find a bead to put on them!

      So in my tired state (still not sleeping), I went wandering. No-where in particular. I knew the area I wanted to find, but what exactly I was planning on finding was unknown to me.

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      Berlin!! A step back into recent history

      A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Jul 10, 2013

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      ... As people started to succeed in getting over, they would change it to make it harder. Today we went to two different areas of the city. I could see the big contrast. Te first was really artsy an had a lot of hipsters. We ate burgers at this place built under the bridge for the railway. The food was really good. The other area was a lot more commercialized and meant for shopping. Later we went to a beer garden. It's a really chill place to go and hang ...

      This is a long 24 hours!!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by frankieg on May 22, 2013

      ... misserable old man wanted me to put my luggage on the top rack so I said no and wanted to cry. He moaned up and down first class but the conductor shook her head and smiled at me, may she be blessed.

      I had real doubts at this station. Enormous station hall in red and white grannit, 8 ticket windows, only one open and FOUR long platforms in the middle of nowhere. I thought a gost station, I have fallen off the edge. Finally this little train turns up, a ...

      Berlin the new favourite =D

      A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 19, 2012

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      ... 8217;m breaking records all the time with my word count haha 2800 words and counting. I could’ve written my confirmation 3 times over by the end of this! So what to say about Berlin. Hmm, as you can guess the museums played a big part =P I’m just a sucker for them, give me 4 hours and I can easily just lose myself in one. So considering that Berlin has a MUSEUMISLAND! I had got to be one of my favourite. Throw in the amazing Christmas markets (no one does ...