Bearinn Hostel & Apartments

Address: Buergerstr. 29, Berlin, 12347, Germany | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Neukölln area of Berlin, is near Treptower Park, Ramones Museum Berlin, The Badeschiff, and Schwules Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 2 on those damn hop-on-hop-off buses!

A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Oct 20, 2015

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... of the government buildings. It was interesting to see the contrasts between the very old and new buildings. Berlin really is a new and modern city since 70% of it was destroyed in the Second World War; it has basically been completely rebuilt, and there is still so much construction going on today. We saw (at least we think that what the guides said) memorials to people whose lives were lost while trying to escape East Germany before ...

Sprinklers, not just for kangaroos

A travel blog entry by kdworldtravels on Jul 03, 2015

1 photo

... been strategically placed to allow overheated visitors to copy the kangaroos, ostriches and polar bears and get wet. We stopped at every one we could find. Avoiding heatstroke you know.  While the water was refreshing, after five hours at the zoo we were pooped and trudged back to our hostel for a siesta. Once we felt human again and the heat had begun to die down we visited Checkpoint Charlie ...

Our Parents Crashed Our Honeymoon

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 24, 2014

36 photos

... calling it a night ourselves (luckily right after bell practice was over).

The next morning we were back on the road, aiming to continue taking in the sights of rural England, we headed for a well-known country estate called the Chatsworth House. This charming home sits on nearly 1,000 acres that make up the main ground for the estate (the total acreage for the estate is nearly 35,000) and has been voted England’s favorite country home a number of ...

Berlin - Ich bin NICHT ein Berliner!

A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 19, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... in the right part of Berlin, and headed in the right direction, but we had inadvertently stopped two platforms short of our suburb, and walked for two kilometres in the heat to get there. With each block we walked, the streets became dirtier and the graffiti more extensive. Just after we passed a burnt-out condominium block, we stopped to look at a heavily graffitied wall, about three metres high, with a park on the other side of it. We quickly realised that ...

North Holland and into Germany

A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jul 10, 2014

5 comments, 19 photos

First of all, a reflection on the Dutch people's ability to talk English. It has been a humbling experience. We haven't come across a single person who has not been able to muster enough English to be understood. Mind you, at long last Peter's, albeit limited, knowledge of Afrikaans has been useful. This has been particularly so with reading signs, labels etc. although tonight a German gentleman next door to us, who could speak no English at all, was able to converse with Peter and ...