Jugendherberge Berlin International
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If you are visiting Berlin and you're planning to stay a couple of days and are not very demanding with the facilities, then this is a good choice
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... tribute to the nearly 6 million Jews that were killed from 1942 to 1945. Very emotional. And walked around a few sections of the Berlin Wall that have been left standing, again as a memorial to those who perished crossing No Mans Land. Unfortunately our short stop in Berlin seemed to focus too much on the negative and not the beautiful buildings, music and art that Berlin also,has to offer. I think we will need a return visit here as well. We finished our ...
... and the associated history of Germany. When we left the building we said goodbye to Federick II and headed for the Museum Island.
We had a look through Berlin Cathedral, completed in 1905, where many of the emperors and their family members are buried in the crypt. I climbed to the top of the dome for the view. Behind the alter were three excellent paintings on glass. The first was the nativity, the second Jesus on the cross and the third the ascension.
Today was set to be a long day. I got up at 7.15am, showered, dressed and went down to breakfast. I ate and then returned to the room. Here i got ready for the day, used the internet and then left the hostel. I walked to the nearest station and then caught the train to the checkpoint charlie area. Here as i was walking around the area i saw mum and dad leaving Berlin. I said goodbye to them as now i would not see them until i ...
... inmates did during the war, but lucky for us there was no audience jeering us along the way. We were very so reprised to find that there were some 28 people doing the tour and we think that other than us 4 there may have been one other Melbourne family ( jewish) and a lady from Canada that we had also met yesterday on the discover Berlin tour. This camp was designed by the nazi's initially for the persecution of the opposition in 1933-34 after the national socialists ...
... from my last pub crawl in Berlin so I suggested we do the same one, wishing we didn't go to the same bars this time. The pub crawl was fun overall, we went to 3 very empty bars but filled with our own pubcrawl and then went to this gigantic club that had 2 floors and 20 rooms,where we eventually got lost and I ended up coming back home alone because I had lost the two other boys....****!
But all in all, we had good times in Berlin. It never ceases to amaze me as a bizarre ...