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Berlin & Dresden, Germany

A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun


... for a walk along the east side gallery which is part of the original Berlin Wall but some professional artists were appointed to cover the wall so it's covered in art. Our full free day in Berlin began with a third reich walking tour which took us to the parliament buildings, the Brandenburg gate, the Berlin Wall (unpainted one), the site of hitlers bunker, the holocaust memorial and checkpoint Charlie. Our tour guide really knew what he was talking about and ...

Fog, Football*, Freezing and Festive Food

A travel blog entry by cathalchu


... Archery Open that was on in the area. At least the rooms were decent sized, and the Wi-Fi was free, unlike the Savoy in Frankfurt the previous night…

Headed into town for the evening and met up with Patrick in Savignyplatz. He’s a Dubliner working in Berlin as a translator and I saw him last in Cologne for the Germany vs. Ireland game back in October. This time, along with two of his American friends Dan and Ian, we went to the ...

Berlin reminds me of Brisbane...

A travel blog entry by zerah


... Gates, the East Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, to the Victory monument in the big park. I've visited the Salvador Dali museum and walked around the museum island district, bit after Warsaw's art gallery I wasn't willing to spend another 3 hours looking at art, maybe next time. I've learnt the ins and outs of the U and S bahns, which are the tram and train lines.
This marks the half way point of this amazing holiday I've endeavoured on and I wanted ...

Day 15: sachenaussen concentration camp

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie

My first impressions was great, it's raining. And it was freeeeezing. But that's alright, I wore warm clothes. I got to the meeting point and decided to buy an umbrella on the way, a good idea. Our guide was sooooo good. He was very British and quite old. He had worked as a 'covert intelligence gathering agent' in east Germany. He was also in the army and has worked as a diplomat. Currently he works as a professor at the uni and does documentaries and ...

Time Is A Weird Feeling

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... then the whole way back to the hostel I felt sad again. It's a weird thing when you spend every second of every day with the same people, they become like your family and you do end up depending a lot on them for support and comfort. It's crazy. I was only with them for a short amount of time, 17 days, but I suppose that's the longest I've spent completely with the same people on the whole trip. Usually it's a few days and then they go off and do their thing and I go off to do my ...

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This hostel, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near East Side Gallery, Jewish Museum, Markisches Museum, and Wild at Heart.
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