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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 …
... Concorde) on display and you can walk through the various planes on display.
After an exhausting morning, it was time to relax at the Thermal Baths, which were on the opposite side of the Autobahn. We bought a 3-hour pass in the Palms Paradise which gave you access to several thermal pools (indoors and outdoors) as well as a range of saunas, including the largest sauna in the world! We sat in a pool, outside, overlooking some beautiful ...
... seats together. Some Essex boys followed and we swapped Interrailing stories then slowly all fell to sleep. Arriving in Berlin at around 9, we were in no mood to get lost. We hopped on a train we'd been recommended with crossed fingers and toes, then reached our destination. We found the hostel surprisingly easy, and were impressed by the bar we had in our home for the next 2 days. We wasted no time, got changed ...
... fascinating and if we'd more time we may have gone to some of them. I'd seen enough by now and I'd received a certificate 10 years ago, signed by the former US Secretary of Defence, Donald Rumsfeld, thanking me for my military service during the Cold War and indicating by start and end dates that it was over.
Back to the German History museum next day and I could've spent several more days there. It is an amazing place ...
... over the city.
Back in the day, after each victory a cannon from the battle would be dipped in gold and placed on the tower. But apparently during the Hitler era there were plans to create a long entranceway leading up to the Victory Column, like with the Arc de Triomphe. Some of these plans were executed which included moving the Column away from Parliament House, to its current place, and widening the roads either side.
We also learnt of the ...