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TravelPod Member ReviewsCorner Hostel Berlin
Stayed in the order hostel. Staff very welcoming. Comfy beds and nice decoration. Nice area to hang out. Only issue was the wifi wasn't working properly so the 5 nights we stayed there we wet able to connect.
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Welcome to Germany. We arrived in Berlin on Wednesday night after a 10hr bus ride and made it to the corner hostel and crashed out. On Thursday we got up and did the most important thing of washing which was interesting. The washing salon was attached to a bar and restaurant. We the headed of to alaxander platz which is a massive square filled I …
Munich. The home of Oktoberfest. Beer. Food. Enough said.
We were a couple weeks early for Oktoberfest but enjoyed the beer halls nonetheless. A quick trip out to Englischer Garten had us looking for naked sunbakers. What we found was a little different.
... however, is that if you walked through Berlin today without knowing that the city had been separated and delayed in its healing process, you might never guess that the city had a late start to reconstructing its memory. Various memorials, plaques, statues, museums, and symbols almost litter the city, commemorating dozens of specific groups and individuals who became victims during the Holocaust. Perhaps this overpopulation of memorials ...
... makes a very smooth gin. I had a gin and tonic. Outstanding!
Even Sandy, who usually turns her nose up at any drink thought that was pretty smooth. Strange name, it was called Monkey 47 Gin. He also gave us a tip for a great ice cream shop about 10 more minutes away. We walked to it. But it was closed! Tired, we cabbed it back to the Reichstag. Had to wait in a little cafe across the street. Sandy settled for a plain old ice cream ...
... she would have. It was like a haunted house! Super cool. We climbed the reichstag which is a giant dome in Berlin and you can see the whole city from there and you have an audio guide that tells you everything you're looking at! Really cool. I also discovered I'm terribly afraid of heights. We got to meet Bettis husband, Flo. And we all went to Potsdam after having a lovely breakfast with Bea as well. Potsdam is a really cute medieval town about 45 minutes out of Berlin. We went for ...