Bedstop Hostel Berlin

Address: Sophie-Charlotten-Str. 31/32, Berlin, D-14059, Germany | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Taking it a bit easier today

A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 23, 2014

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... the exhibition is laid out in a stunning structure, both inside and out.

Granny was then itching to get some retail therapy in Kurfurstendamn, so having directed Grandpa and her to a U-Bahn station on the right line, Samson and I headed off to do some gift shopping around the tourist glitz of Checkpoint Charlie.

We regrouped back at the hotel in time to head across to a different, larger food market to buy thing for our dinner.

Having eaten ...

Day 14 Topdeck Tour- Dresden and Berlin

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 13, 2013

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... the freedom of Germany. The wall seemed smaller than I thought it would be at only 3 meters high. Have to remember though it was accompanied by showers of bullets for anyone who dared come close. In saying that there were a few successful escapes including a couple driving under the barrier at checkpoint Charlie the only checkpoint where authorised people could cross between the two sides. Another attempt that was successful was a family with a 9 year old boy ...

"Ich bin ein Berliner!" More Than Jelly Donuts

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Sep 22, 2013

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... Department of Immigration made some sort of mistake, but of course neither was willing to admit any fault. I fortunately did manage to “sort out the issue” the next day, after a few hours in the International Student office at UWA and in the Dept. of Immigration office downtown Perth. And thankfully, I was not deported and thus will not be featured on the next episode of “Border Patrol Down Under.”


There won’t be ...

An afternoon in Berlin

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 13, 2013

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... had food and facilities.
As it turns out, it was actually called Berlin Moscow, which means they had Russian-German food. There was caviar and blinis on the menu. I ended up getting a salad and a pumpkin soup. The food was excellent and very elegant- we're talking foam on top of my soup, twilles, pink salt chunks, and other fancy things. The portions were "appetizer" sized, so I didn't leave hungry, but I didn't leave stuffed either, which was ok by mean because ...

Sorry, Mr Polski Officer

A travel blog entry by europeon2wheels on Aug 05, 2013

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... m not so sure the speed limit was 50... but hey... what can you do? I just replied "- No way man, are you really sure about this". And the conversation went something like: Policja: "- Mr Kristian, look at the reading here on the radar". (I found it very amusing that he kept on referring to me as "Mr Kristian") Me: "- Hm, doesn't look that good. Are you really sure that's correct?" . Policja: "-Have you got any polish money? It will cost you.. 300 zloty (like 60 ...