Backpacker's Paradise

Address: Ziekowstrasse 161 , Berlin, Germany | Hostel
 
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Berlin!!

A travel blog entry by nicolaben on Sep 23, 2014

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We get to stay in a hostel! I never thought that I would say this but it felt like a 5 star hotel! Our tour manager organised it so Ben and I had our own room and our own bathroom!!!! OMG The hostel was pretty cool too, with swimming pool, bar, restaurant, good washing facilities (the small things you appreciate after camping for so long. We arrived in berlin and went straight into a driving tour however we got caught up in a world ...

Reunited with my German

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

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... with mixed peppers and roast potatoes and for dessert a warm chocolate pudding with vanilla panna cotta all washed down with a delicious German rosÚ. The food was a much needed home cooked meal. We jumped onto the tram towards a local football stadium where we were going to watch the World Cup Final. The stadium offered tickets to residents of K÷penick, which Isabell had acquired for us all to go!! They had the stadium set up with couches on the pitch and ...

The darker side of Berlin's history

A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Jun 06, 2014

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... and Eva Braun when the Russian Army was closing in. There is not much there except an untidy grassed area and car park. Perhaps quite fitting for a man responsible for 55 million deaths that it is poorly represented and has no plaque. Next was the Jewish Holocaust Memorial. This covers a football field in size and has 2711 casket size concrete columns rising from the undulating ground. One feels ...

Ga humbug!

A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Feb 08, 2014

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... individuality of people that lost their lives or the different interpretations of the Holocaust. It was moving to see that Berlin has set up this memorial for people to pay their respects. What was quite ironic, was that each of the cement blocks were coated with an anti-spray paint solution. The same brand / company that provided the gas pellets to the Nazis..
That opens a lot to interpretation though - did people know what was happening or were they only doing it ...

Where have all the livestock gone, gone faraway

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 20, 2013

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... was 90 kph, but in a majority of the way it was down to 70 kph. As we mentioned before the countryside was extremely flat, but very green. I suppose that there was just a winter crop of grasses or hay for cattle. Speaking of which, in over 100 miles of countryside, we have not seen even one single farm animal, except on the dinner table.
This area of Poland was primarily settled by Germans since the 17th century so the housing structures are ...

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